Miss America helps Brooklyn with anti-child abuse campaign

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

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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