Kezia Whitton’s childhood was stolen. Despite its promises to the child abuse royal commission, her church did nothing

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Raised in a strict Jehovah’s Witness community, Kezia Whitton’s childhood was stolen when she was sexually abused by someone she should have been able to trust.

But despite its promises to the child abuse royal commission, the church did nothing to help bring him to justice.

“All rise.”

Kezia Whitton remembers pulling a wrinkled tissue from her sleeve when she finally got her day in court.

The 34-year-old was breathing fast, her heart pumping and her whole body riddled with pins and needles.

She’d gone to the hairdresser the day before to get extensions, in the hope he wouldn’t recognise her.

She glanced at her supporters and then across at her abuser.

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