Netflix has released its “unauthorized” documentary, “Murder To Mercy: The Cyntoia Brown Story.’
The description for the doc reads:
After 16-year-old Cyntoia Brown is sentenced to life in prison, questions about her past, physiology and the law itself call her guilt into question.
When the trailer for the documentary was released, Cyntoia Brown-Long took to her Instagram page to make it very clear this project is “unauthorized” and she had absolutely nothing to do with it nor did she get paid for it.
While I was still incarcerated, a producer who has old footage of me mada a deal with Netflix for an UNAUTHRIZED documentay, set to be released soon.
My husband and I were as surprised as everyone else when we first heard the news because we did not participate in any way.
However, I am currently in the process of sharing my story, in the right way, in full detail, and in a way that depicts and respects the woman I am today.
While I pray that this film highlights things wrong in our justice system, I had nothing to do with this documentary.
See Cyntoia’s original post below.
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Watch the trailer for “Murder To Mercy” below:
Click here to watch if you are interested.