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Trans Woman: 'I've Been Sexually Assaulted 14 Times in Georgia Prison'

first sued the agency in 2015, while she was an inmate at the Georgia State Prison, a men’s facility, because it had not allowed her to receive hormone therapy while serving her sentence.

She was released in August of that year, and in 2016 she won a historic settlement under which the state changed policies so that many trans inmates could receive treatment, and agreed to revamp its sexual assault policy and train staff on the needs of trans prisoner.Diamond was returned to prison in October 2019 because of a parole violation, and she has found that conditions have not changed, according to the Center for Constitutional Rights, which is representing her in the new suit along with the Southern Poverty Law Center.

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