A TEEN sex slave who almost beheaded her alleged abuser has claimed he treated her like a Barbie doll.
Sarah Gonzales-McLinn, who hog-tied 52-year-old Hal Sasko and scrawled ‘freedom’ on a wall with his blood, has detailed the treatment she suffered from behind bars.
Sarah Gonzales-McLinn claims Hal Sasko treated her like a Barbie doll sex slave until she murdered him in March 2014[/caption]
Gonzales-McLinn was hired as a waitress by Sasko at 15. She moved in with him at 17, and says he constantly coerced her into sex[/caption]
She said Sasko coerced her into sex and made her have painful buttock implants so she could become his ideal physical match.
She told the Kansas City Star: “I think more than anything he made me feel he owned me.
“I was a toy to him like his personal Barbie doll.
Gonzales-McLinn moved in with 50-year-old Sasko when she was 17, after working as a waitress at his restaurant.
I was a toy to him like his personal Barbie doll.
The teen, who had been sexually abused as a child, killed Sasko in 2014, aged 19 and was jailed for 50 years.
Gonzales-McLinn is now preparing to seek a retrial over claims she was badly advised by her defense attorney and that her own status as a victim was not taken into account.
She said: “I would have to sneek [sic] around because he would get mad.”
But prosecutors claimed Sasko often left the house and that Gonzales-McLinn was free to move back home if she wished.
Prosecutors also said Gonzales-McLinn had opted to stab Sasko instead of shooting him for “entertainment”.
Gonzales-McLinn’s mother Michelle Gonzales said that while her daughter should have served some time, her sentence was too long.
She said jurors were never told, “there were two victims in this whole situation.”
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Next Monday, a judge will hear whether Gonzales-McLinn’s Sixth Amendment right to be adequately represented by an attorney was fulfilled during her trial.
Earlier this year, a trafficking victim who killed a man soliciting her for sex when she was just 16 was freed from jail after celebs including Kim Kardashian stepped in to help.
Cyntoia Brown spent almost 15 years behind bars after being convicted in 2006 of murdering an estate agent who she claimed was using her as a sex slave.
Gonzales-McLinn went on the run and was arrested in Florida[/caption]
Gonzales-McLinn is serving a prison term of 50 years for the murder of her alleged abuser[/caption]