(Chris Haston/NBC via AP) " data-medium-file="https://lintvksnw.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/119422ca660a41579bc31ad3a5bb28c2.jpg? w=300" data-large-file="https://lintvksnw.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/119422ca660a41579bc31ad3a5bb28c2.jpg? Hours after discovering their daughter was missing nine days ago, the frantic parents of 16-year-old Breanne Greig started rifling through her belongings only to find evidence she’d been secretly making regular calls from their upstate home to a steamy sex-chat line. It’s like a whole subculture.” The couple suspect their popular, attractive, redheaded daughter was lured from her Orange County home to The Bronx by someone she befriended on a free party line called The New York Donut, which has “rooms” filled with teens and twentysomething adults openly discussing sex.The world's first Amish phone sex chat line has become so popular that it is attracting one thousand new Amish callers daily!Amish Phone Chat Co President Jebediah Stoltzfus, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, saw a need and filled it.“If she’s still alive, someone is helping her,” he said.“I just hope she’s OK because we love her.” Debra said, “She’s very sweet; she’s a really good kid.” “She does suffer from depression, and when she’s in that state of mind she’s very impressionable, and she’s not thinking rationally.The anguished mother said she and her husband then started searching their daughter’s things and found more than 140 phone numbers with 212 area codes written on papers and torn register receipts located throughout Breanne’s dresser drawers and school bag.
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