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Marry knows little about herself. She does not have a birth certificate or a National Identity Card, a compulsory document for all adults here that must be carried at all times. So she says she made up her own name and guesses she is around Because she knows Tamil best, she guesses her ethnicity must be Tamil, but she has no way of knowing. Marry says that the furthest she can remember back was working as a servant in a rich family's bungalow when she was 10 or But a few months late she reached puberty, and her employer started mistreating her.
Because of that, she started to hit and punish me every day. Finally, I decided to [leave] that bungalow. He promised to help me to find a job in Colombo. He asked me to come with him, and both of us got onto a bus. After a one-hour journey, we got down [off] the bus and went to a small room around 8 o'clock at night. First, he gave me some food. She says he took to her the rest of the way to Colombo the following day morning and introduced her to a place where he said she would be able to get a job.
The people there gave her a new dress, soap, powder and perfume. She says she was happy and stayed there. But after two days, she realized that the place was a brothel where prostitutes worked. She says she had nowhere else to go, so she became a prostitute too. In that period, she says she stayed in good hotels, improved her English and earned a lot of money. But she says she couldn't open a bank account because of her lack of birth certificate, National Identity Card and permanent address, so she spent much of her money on liquor and cigarettes.
She says she tried to get a National Identity Card once but was unsuccessful, though she can't remember why. She moved in with a friend who also worked as a prostitute.