During this period, Jeri also began speaking to church groups about her experience as a sex-trafficking victim.
“Currently in the state of Oregon, you do less time for selling women than you do for selling drugs,” Jeri says.
Jeri received a felony conviction and was sent to the county jail.
Jeri got her chance to break free months later, after a john tried to rob her after a ‘date’ and stabbed her.
Jack would cop only to taking Jeri to “one avant-garde nightclub…which was more than either one of us felt comfortable with.”