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Trouble Teens shipped to US prisons to star in new TV Show

Some girls and troubled teens are addicted to selfies and social media. Other girls are not going on the right path. Young people on the brink of falling into big problems and even becoming fully-developed criminals. This show intends to be a  whole new perspective to put a stop to it. spend a full week in US jails with those they are imprisoned.

“Bad Girls Banged Up”: More than a TV show

Bad girls banged upThe show will follow British troubled teens and girls off to spend a full week in US jails with those imprisoned. The show hopes to be more than just reality TV, an instead a “social experiment” that can change the life of others.

These young women are taken to the prisons of the United States and in a sort of school trip, the above will see, hear, taste, smell and feel through strong impressions life behind the bars.

While the crime rates escalate in both countries and the ages of the criminals drop, the emergency grows. Yet, little is being done to put an end to this rise.

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Troubled Teens and Girls: Life as it is

There will be no sugar coating here. They seize money, bracelets, piercing, and earrings. They are forced to wear prison uniforms. The will ace real life behind bars, and no extra privileges.

The show wants to be an insider to real life in prison: no drama, but real experiences. By showing the reality of what goes on once you are convicted, the show wants to bring awareness to people who are on the wrong track. And even hope to turn a few lives around.

Although it will be on TV, the show hopes to be taken seriously. Because of the severity of the punishments, producers hope to make it a go-to show for educational programs wanting to educate kids about the dangers of petty crimes.

 

Mirza Gil is a full-time writer interested in everything social and controversial. She loves to drink coffee and watch documentaries about people of the world. Ms. Gil is a driven young professional with a passion for writing. She has collaborated with translating houses for Spanish, French, English and Portuguese. Mirza currently writes prison loved ones news for Prison Rideshare Network.

Mirza Gil
Mirza Gil is a full-time writer interested in everything social and controversial. She loves to drink coffee and watch documentaries about people of the world. Ms. Gil is a driven young professional with a passion for writing. She has collaborated with translating houses for Spanish, French, English and Portuguese. Mirza currently writes prison loved ones news for Prison Rideshare Network.
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