Authorities were tipped off about the sex ring at about 1 p.m.Thursday, when Detroit police received a 911 call from a woman inside the house saying that someone had been knocked down.These days, he called his "day job" his work as chairman of Thorn and also as a father -- he and wife Mila Kunis welcomed son, Dimitri Portwood, in November, and daughter, Wyatt, is two years old.(He caught a red eye to Washington after a Valentine's Day dinner with Kunis and will return home this afternoon.) In an impassioned 15-minute opening testimony, Kutcher praised the committee for bipartisan cooperation on the issue, calling his opportunity to speak "one of the greatest honors of my life," his voice cracking multiple times as he recalled his work with victims.When police arrived, one woman told the officers that she was being held against her will and forced to prostitute."My sister’s in the basement. He’s going to kill her," she told the officers, according to the police report.According to the criminal complaint, police found three women in the home, all of whom were taken to a hospital for medical treatment.The two juveniles were not in the home when police arrived.One of the women told officers that she had witnessed Jackson physically assault one of the girls.
If we continue to neglect it, we're neglecting the millions and millions that wake every morning as slaves in a forced labor or bonded labor situation.
"As part of my anti-trafficking work, I've met victims in Russia, I've met victims in India, I've met victims that have been trafficked from Mexico, victims from New York and New Jersey and all across our country.
I've been on FBI raids where I've seen things that no person should ever see," Kutcher said.
The actor testified Wednesday before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in a hearing on progress in combating modern slavery.
Kutcher spoke on behalf of Thorn: Digital Defenders of Children, an organization he co-founded with then-wife Demi Moore in 2009 that builds software to fight human trafficking.