Ivanka presents UN report on human trafficking after interviewing stepmother, Melania
MANHATTAN-- On Saturday morning, Ivanka Trump, entrepreneur and former daughter of failed GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, presented a special report to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime about her stepmother, Melania. In her opening remarks, Ivanka called Melania's experience "unimaginable" and the "sort of human rights crime to which illegal immigrants and brunettes solely are subjected."
Ivanka's harrowing tale of trafficking detailed the tragic kidnapping of the young Slovenian model in 1996, who the sexual predator Donald Trump lured into a gold plated limousine in the capital of Ljubljana with the promise of air-conditioning, food and endless Manolo Blahniks.
Since then, Melania has been kept as a hostage and sex slave in Trump Towers, forced to perform acts involving Trump's penis that the report characterizes as “vile,” “sacrilegious” and “downright unsanitary,” including seeing Trump's penis and missionary position.
Melania left Donald Trump when the thrice-married former reality TV star renounced his American citizenship and moved to Russia just weeks after President Hillary Rodham Clinton defeated him by 3 million votes in November's election. According to Ivanka, Melania hopes that by coming forward and telling the her story of her unlawfully immigrating to New York, making ends meet as an Eastern European prostitute, and her subsequent 21-year detention in Trump Tower, she can prevent other aspiring models from "marrying the wrong billionaire."
In a written statement, Melania said: "Beautiful women like me have human rights, including the right to designer clothes, the right to top of the line plastic surgery, and the right to scorn feminism as the ideology of ugly women while using our bodies to sell the image of female empowerment. My rights were taken away."
Ivanka Trump, who has become an outspoken advocate against human trafficking and her father’s sexual misconduct since the election, held back tears during the presentation, adding, “Melania's story could happen to anyone, even me. After all, I'm not a natural blonde.”