Kim Kardashian, Rihanna and other female celebrities have joined forces to support Cyntoia Brown.

Brown has suffered horrendous abuse throughout her life and is a victim of sex trafficking. She was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2004 for killing Johnny Mitchell Allen when she was just 16. She was tried as an adult and was found guilty. She will be eligible for parole when she is 69.

According to Brown, her boyfriend who was a drug-addled pimp forced her to go with Allen for money. At that night, Allen showed her his gun collection, which made her really nervous. After dinner, Allen grabbed her between her legs real hard. When he turned over and reached out something at the side of the bed, Brown thought that he would kill her so she shot him in the head using the .40-calibre handgun that her boyfriend gave to her, BBC reported.

Brown pleaded self-defense, but the prosecutor did not believe her as she ran away with his wallet and gun. They found Brown guilty of first-degree premeditated murder, first-degree felony murder and aggravated robbery.

A number of female celebrities showed their support for Brown by campaigning #FreeCyntoiaBrown. Ariel Winter, Kim Kardashian and Rihanna are among the personalities who took to social media to share their opinion about the verdict given to Brown.

The "Work" singer stood her ground in helping Brown find justice. "did we somehow change the definition of #JUSTICE along the way?? " Rihanna wrote on Instagram. "cause..... Something is horribly wrong when the system enables these rapists and the victim is thrown away for life! " According to Tennessean, the hashtag #FREECYNTOIABROWN went viral after Rihanna's post.

The "Modern Family" star also felt bad about the verdict given to Brown. According to Winter, after all the horrible things that Brown endured when she was a teen it was unfair that she has to be imprisoned when she got the courage to finally fight back.

On the other hand, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashian" star find Brown's case heartbreaking considering her traumatic experiences. For the reality star, "The system has failed." "We have to do better & do what's right. I've called my attorneys yesterday to see what can be done to fix this. #FreeCyntoiaBrown," Kardashian wrote on Twitter.

Aside from Kardashian, Winter and Rihanna many believe that Brown should be free. A number of social media users are calling the attention of the public to support Brown. They have been using the hashtag #freecyntoiabrown to campaign for Brown's freedom.

What can you say about Brown's case? Do you agree that there was injustice and that she should be free? Drop a comment below.