A new video sting at a Planned Parenthood facility has caused an uproar among pro-life groups.
A couple who pretended to be a pimp and prostitute took a hidden camera into a New Jersey center requesting help for under-aged prostitutes, according to pro-life group Live Action.
On Tuesday, Live Action released a video that it said was taken Jan. 13 at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Perth Amboy, New Jersey.
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The couple told office manager Amy Woodruff that they managed girls as young as 14 years old who are in the U.S. iIlegally. Woodruff suggested the girls lie about the ages of their sexual partners.
"So as long as they just lie and say, 'Oh he's 15, 16,'" Woodruff told the man. "As long as they don't say 14 and as long as it's not too much of an age gap then we just kind of play stupid."
"What if they do say they're 14?," the man asked her.
"Well, then from there it's just really watching what they say," Woodruff responded.
If the girls needed an abortion, Woodruff informed them that it even for girls of that age, it could be arranged.
"You never got this from me," she said. "Just to make all of our lives easier. If they're 14 and under just send them right there if they need an abortion."
Woodruff said Planned Parenthood can give the girls a discount on birth control.
"Here's the thing too," she added. "If they're minors just tell them to put down that they're students."
"Students?," the man asked.
"Yeah, just kind of play along that they're students," she told him. "We want to make it look as legitimate as possible."
Planned Parenthood addressed the video on its website. They said the group contacted U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder's office about a potential sex trafficking ring before learning the inquiries about services for under aged girls at Planned Parenthood facilities were part of a sting.
Phyllis Kinsler, the chief executive officer for Planned Parenthood of Central New Jersey, said the employees' behavior on the video "violates PPCNJ policies, as well as our core values of protecting the welfare of minors and complying with the law."
She also said appropriate action is being taken.
"Is there any way we could just like streamline this?," the man asked Woodruff. "Like holler at you, slide you a little and you could just get them streamlined?"
"We can try depending on what the situation is we might be able to do that," she responded. "So yeah, if you can hit me up, give me a couple days notice too."
"No, we got you," the man said.
"And then that way I can have it all set up," Woodruff said.
At the end of the video -- Woodruff gave the pimp and prostitute suggestions on how their girls can continue making money while recovering from an abortion.