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The son of a factory worker and a street food vendor, the lanky boy says he was soon making 0 to 0 a month for having sex regularly with three women in their 30s and 40s."I didn't want to do it, but I had to have the Black Berry," he says.Indonesia is a social-media crazed country that ranks as one of the world's top Facebook and Twitter users.She conducted business over the popular Black Berry Messenger service, earning up to 0 a month, says Suparti, who uses one name like many Indonesians. International Labor Organization estimates 40,000 to 70,000 children become victims of sexual exploitation in Indonesia annually.The girl also met potential clients in malls or restaurants first to size them up."She was running her pimp action like a professional," Suparti says.____Human trafficking and sex tourism have long been big business in this vast archipelago of 240 million, thanks to rampant corruption, weak law enforcement and a lack of reporting largely due to family embarrassment or little faith in the system. Much of this abuse is driven by adults, but poverty and consumerism play a role.(AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)BANDUNG, Indonesia (AP) — Chimoy flicks a lighter and draws a long drag until her cheeks collapse on the skinny Dunhill Mild, exhaling a column of smoke.Her no-nonsense, tough-girl attitude projects the confidence of a woman in her 30s, yet she's only 17.
"I was really proud to make money on my own."Two years ago in Indonesia, there were zero reports of child pimps like Chimoy who work as the boss with no adults behind the scenes.
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"If we don't have a Black Berry, we feel we are nothing, and we are ignored by our friends."But the biggest issue is not money.
It's problems at home, including neglect and abuse, says Faisal Cakrabuana, project manager of Yayasan Bahtera, a nonprofit in the West Java capital of Bandung that helps sexually victimized children.