"There's between 100,000 and 300,000 child sex slaves in the United States today," Ashton Kutcher tells CNN's Piers Morgan. "If you don't do something to stop that - that's when there's something wrong with you."
In their first-ever joint prime time interview, actress Demi Moore and actor Ashton Kutcher joined Thursday's "Piers Morgan Tonight."
The husband-and-wife team launched The Demi & Ashton Foundation (DNA) after a visit to the U.S.-Mexico border in January. They met a girl who had been trafficked into the United States by her pimp, who brought her into a field where she was repeatedly raped on a trash bag by 30 men. The DNA Foundation stands for the fundamental right to freedom for every person - because it's within our DNA.
"It just seemed impossible to live in a world where that was going on and not do something about it," said Moore. FULL POST