Celebrities like Julie Andrews and Angelina Jolie are just two who have adopted children from third-world countries. Many families, those with children of their own and others seeking to adopt for the first time want so much to welcome a child into their homes and hearts. Some folks are so desperate to adopt; they’ll use any agency without properly investigating them beforehand.
European Adoption Consultants, (EAC), is a now-debunked agency that was based in Ohio that had no problem buying and selling children under the guise of tricking biological parents and lying to the adoptive families. This upheaval affected children from countries like Uganda; these little ones had stories to tell once they learned English well though. And no, they’re stories aren’t about abuse, abandonment or starvation. The real truth is more haunting and grim than anyone could’ve imagined.
Parents Adam and Jessica Davis already had four children of their own; they had more than enough room in their hearts for more. So they adopted a 5-year-old little orphan girl from Uganda named Namata in 2015; she was brought to the U.S. by the EAC.