Meagan Good and ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Star Ariana Madix Join Cast of Lifetime Movie ‘Buying Back My Daughter’

The Lifetime sex trafficking drama Buying Back My Daughter will star Meagan Good and Ariana Madix. (Credit: Lifetime)

Meagan Good will executive produce and star in the upcoming sex trafficking movie Buying Back My Daughter (working title), Lifetime announced Wednesday.

Additional cast members include Ariana Madix (Vanderpump Rules), Roger Cross (Arrow) and Faith Wright (Riverdale).

Good (Harlem, Shazam! Fury of the Gods) leads the cast as Dana, a mother whose teenage daughter disappears and becomes a victim of unspeakable crimes.

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Inspired by actual events of mothers who fight back when their teenage daughters are trafficked online, the movie is currently filming.

Per Lifetime’s official description, Dana’s 16-year-old daughter, Alicia (Faith Wright), sneaks out of the house to attend a party, and doesn’t come home. After almost a year of searching for her missing daughter, mother’s intuition leads Dana to the salacious world of online escort ads where, to her horror, she finds Alicia listed for sale. Dana and Alicia’s father Curtis (Roger Cross) attempt to “buy their daughter back” in an effort to rescue her from the trafficker who abducted the teenager. Ariana Madix plays Karen, a police officer who helps investigate the case and has a personal connection to the story.

The film marks Good’s latest project with Lifetime after she previously starred in and produced Death Saved My Life and Love By the 10th Date.

Good is repped by The Gersh Agency, Atlas Artists, The Initiative Group, and Yorn, Levine, Barnes, Krintzman, Rubenstein, Kohner, Endlich & Gellman.

Buying Back My Daughter is produced by Front Street Pictures for distribution by Lifetime. Charles Cooper serves as producer. Executive producers are Orly Adelson, Allen Lewis and Meagan Good, with James Jope as co-executive producer. Troy Scott directs from a script written by Barbara Marshall.

A release date will be announced later. The movie is part of Lifetime’s ongoing “Stop Violence Against Women” campaign.