OKLAHOMA CITY -
A human trafficking survivor is sharing her story with truck drivers and law enforcement agencies all across America.
Beth Jacobs said she was led away from a Minneapolis pool hall 35 years ago when she was 16 years old.
Jacobs said the two men who took her, told her they were going to take care of her. Instead, she said they forced her into six years of prostitution, physical and mental abuse.
Jacobs now works with a national organization called “Truckers Against Trafficking.” They work with hundreds of trucking companies all over the United States.
Thursday, they met with more than a 100 employees at Love's Travel Stop headquarters in Oklahoma City.