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Kidnapped For Sex: Victim Says “It Wasn’t Enough For Him”, After He Discovered Porn.

Elizabeth Smart [the rape survivor] is reliving her painful past for a new anti-pornography campaign, having revealed that the man who kidnapped her for sex became worse after he started watching porn. She said the erotic movies made him rape her more than he did 9 months earlier.

Smart made the remarks in a video posted Friday by Fight the New Drug, an anti-pornography advocacy group.

Elizabeth Smart in Sandy, Utah, in 2015.

Image shows the survivor Elizabeth Smart. The picture was taken in Sandy, Utah 2015.

The 28-year-old sex captive said she was whisked away at night from her Salt Lake City home in Utah, way back in 2002.

In a video clip posted by the advocacy group, Smart explained that her captor Brian David Mitchell was moved by pornographic magazines. He started the sexual abuse immediately after he kidnapped her, and when he discovered pornography, his sexual urge increased for worse.

In her words: “It just led to him raping me more, more than he already did, which was a lot.”

Smart reveals that the alleged rapist was so into porn that his hyperactive sex life got insatiable. Though he had a wife, sex with the woman and his captive proved to be “less than he desired”.

“Looking at pornography wasn’t enough for him,” she continued.

“Having sex with his wife after looking at pornography, it wasn’t enough for him.”

“And then it led him to finally going out and kidnapping me,” she speculated.

Smart thinks her captor wouldn’t have gone out to kidnap a young girl like her if he wasn’t watching porn. Or rather, his wife would have satisfied him if he wasn’t addicted to sex videos and magazines. 

She said:  “He just always wanted more. I can’t say that he would not have gone out and kidnapped me had he not looked at pornography.”

“All I know is that pornography made my living hell worse,” she affirmed.

Smart, who was 14 at the time she went missing, confirms Brian always wanted to practice every style he watched in pornographic movies.

Luckily for the survivor, she was rescued from her nine-month captivity in March 2003.

According to a report, she testified in October 2009 that she was raped three to four times daily, and in May 2011, Mitchell was sentenced to two life terms for his crimes against her.

The mother-of-one is living a good life at the moment, and she’s working hard to empower other women who may have fallen victim to men like Brian David Mitchell.

“I have gone on to become an advocate for abuse prevention, an advocate against pornography,” the survivor said.

“I witnessed firsthand just how damaging it is.”

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