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Country Singer, Jimmy Wayne, Was An Abandoned Child

Posted by Sandra On March - 6 - 2014

Country singer, Jimmy Wayne, is on mission against child abuse

bildeThe problem of child neglect and abuse is personal for country singer Jimmy Wayne. His mother was in and out of prison, so from age 8, Wayne was in and out of North Carolina’s foster-care system. When he was 13, his mom and her fifth husband abandoned him in a Pensacola, Fla., parking lot. At age 16, he was a homeless high school dropout. An elderly couple took him in — saved him, he says — and he survived. Now he travels the country as an advocate for agencies, programs and policies that help other kids do the same. READ MORE HERE










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