The first escort in the U.S. was in New Mexico when she was kidnapped in 1985.
Now she is trying to find out who abducted her.
For 15 years, she has been looking for the mysterious man who kidnapped her, but she’s now searching for answers herself.
She is a licensed escort in New York City.
It’s a job she took seriously.
But when she started to get into the business in 2001, she found out she had to prove she was trustworthy and had the proper training.
In fact, the first escort she worked with was murdered.
“I’m still working today.
I was shocked to hear that,” she said.
I was shocked that this woman was not trained.
She had the wrong credentials.
She was an escort.
Now, she’s still in the business, but the questions keep coming up.
She doesn’t know if the person she’s working with is a killer or not.
And now she has another question: why did the killer kidnap her?
“I had to tell my husband I wasn’t working with him anymore,” she recalled.
“He’s going to jail.
I didn’t want to give him a reason why.”
The New Mexico state attorney general is investigating the kidnapping.
They’re also looking for any possible witnesses.
“If I didn’ get any answers, I would like to find my husband.
I would just want to find him and find out what happened,” said the escort, who asked to remain anonymous.
A few months ago, the New Mexico Attorney General said the woman was kidnapped because of a lack of training.
“She was trained by the New York State Attorney General and that is why she was trained, and that was why she had the right credentials,” said Julie Dennison, New Mexico State Attorney general.
A federal judge is also looking into the case.
If convicted, the man could face up to 20 years in prison.