Memphis sat on the floor of her aunt's home crying for Maggie after having woken up from a nap. "I want her to know that it's not okay for someone to treat you that way, that you don't ever deserve to be treated that way," Maggie said.In the days following the attack, Maggie had time to reflect on what had occurred and decided to make an official statement to the police.Since 2009, Cook County, IL has been cracking down on sex buyers and adding social services for prostituted women.Now, they’re coaching law enforcement from around the country to take this new approach: target sex buyers as a way to reduce demand for prostitution.While Shane's relationship with Memphis was decidedly less confrontational than his relationship with Kayden, he still found his new role as a caregiver to two small children to be challenge to his patience."I'm just trying to do the right thing by them," he said of Maggie and her children.
After a flight delay that lasted several hours, they were told the flight had been cancelled and were sent home. Memphis stood in front of an illuminated advertisement at the Port Columbus International Airport, waiting to fly to Alaska with her mother and brother to be with her father.After his last stint in prison, Shane was determined to turn over a new leaf and create a better life for himself.That life, as he saw it, would have to include Maggie, a woman 11 years his junior who was his sister's neighbor.Upon arriving home, Shane flew into a rage, angry that Maggie had "abandoned him" at the bar and then drove home with his friend, whose house they were staying at for the week.Maggie told him to get out of the house, that he was too angry and that he would wake the children.