Miss America helps Brooklyn with anti-child abuse campaign

Park Slope resident Mallory Hagan says the cause

Park Slope resident Mallory Hagan says the cause of child sex abuse is very important to her. (Credit: News 12)

BROOKLYN - Newly crowned Miss America and Brooklyn resident Mallory Hagan teamed up with District Attorney Charles Hynes on a campaign to raise awareness about child sex abuse today.

Hagan says the issue is important to her because there was abuse in her own family.

Today, she and Hynes taped a public service announcement.

Hynes applauded Hagan for taking on such a difficult and personal issue.
 

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