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Haileigh -17- Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands

My name is Haileigh. I live in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. I am currently 17 years old. I was nine when my uncle moved in with my mom and me. I thought it was a great idea because I didn't have a male figure in my life, as my father left my mom and me when I was very young. It started off great. My uncle was doing well, he got custody of his son, and we were all livings together. A few months past and at the time I didn't realize my uncle was becoming a lot more touchy with me. I thought nothing of it, I thought it was normal. Then one night, he came into my room while I was still awake, and just sat and watched me. I told him I needed to get ready for bed so he would have to leave, he said it was fine for me to change in front of him, I was very nervous, but I did it anyways. He would did that for a few weeks. Then he would get into my bed with me and tell me everything was going to be alright. When he would do those things, he would sternly tell me I was not allowed to tell anyone. It went from watching me, to getting into my bed within a few weeks. I guess after he got tired of just laying down with me, he started to touch me all over. I told him to stop but said he wouldn't. After that was over, one night when I was sleeping in my room he came into my room, and started to undress me. I woke up scared, because I didn't know what was going on so I told him to stop, but he didn't. He continued to undress me until I was stripped down naked. He told me to sit on top of him, I told him I wouldn't, so he picked me up and put me on top of him. That same night is when I was raped by a person who I used to trust. Every night he would say the same thing, "hold still, this is not wrong because I like it". He continued to rape me for about two years without me telling anyone. I felt ashamed of what I had let happened. I'm glad I told someone what was happening because if I didn't, I'm sure I wouldn't be here typing this. I know for me, telling someone what happened was the hardest thing I have done. There are so many emotions going through you, but it is the best thing that I've done.  

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