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A 6-year-old migrant girl who was separated from her mother under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy was reportedly sexually abused while she was detained in an immigrant detention facility in Arizona.

According to a report published by The Nation on Friday, a young girl was allegedly sexually abused by an older child who also was being held at the Phoenix-area detention facility, Casa Glendale.

The article goes on to state the following:

The girl, identified as D.L., was reportedly advised to sign a form in June saying that she was told to keep her distance from the boy who allegedly abused her.

The Nation obtained and published the document from Southwest Key Program, the center’s operator, which said the girl had “presented sexually inappropriate behavior since about a week.” The document shows the letter “D” on the signature line next to the words “tender age.”

Southwest Key Program, a nonprofit that is contracted by the federal government, operates 26 immigrant shelter facilities for immigrant children across the U.S.

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  1. If she was exhibiting sexually inappropriate behavior from week one then she had already been abused long prior to being there! So now let’s hurry up and place her with child traffickers…..ok?

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