Former Brixton girl gang pens autobiography

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Former Brixton girl gang pens autobiography

The true story of a young Londoner's spiral into a life of gangs, drugs and prison has inspired a new book.

Street Girl' charts Nequela Whittaker's life growing up on a Brixton estate and explores a number of social issues including drug abuse and child exploitation.

Nequela hopes it will raise awareness of some of the dangers facing young women and also serve as a warning to others thinking of entering a similar world.

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