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She was one of the lucky ones able to escape the life. She moved away, got married and had three children.
A federal racketeering prosecution was building against Brown and 23 others as alleged members of a North Park gang specializing in prostituting girls and young women, and her case was among those included — even though her trip to Vegas happened in 2000.
A look at her experience, detailed in police reports, reveals how similar gang members’ recruiting techniques were then as they are now, and how a girl at the mall had her childhood stolen from her, as she later recalled to a detective.
Sometime after she met Brown at the mall at age 14, he was arrested and would write to her from custody, she told police. Her mother found some of those notes in her backpack, messages that tried to persuade her daughter to work as a prostitute for him.
“I want nothing but the best. I got the gold the cars and the girls you know. I telling you stop hatin and gettin mad when my other set of girl give me money because it benefits you to,” read one letter.
Another: “$ Stop saying what you ain’t gonna do. Those are the guys who pay hundreds of dollar for just your attention.”
And: “Baby don’t think when I ask you to sell your body I don’t care cause I do. You know what I think of that. It’s nothing wrong with it. A matter of fact I got more respect for that person because it takes pride joy comes along whin money being made to make me happy.”
The teen told police that Brown eventually got her out on El Cajon Boulevard in an area known for prostitution. She gave all her proceeds to Brown, she said, and also cashed her college savings bonds for him.
Before the Vegas trip, she told her mom she wanted to go to Magic Mountain with her high school friends for a few days. Her mother said no. The teen left anyway, ending up instead with Brown dropping her off on the Strip, which was buzzing due to an Evander Holyfield heavyweight championship fight.
She wasn’t out long before being arrested by police while she was talking to a group of guys. She gave police a fake name at first, but after some coaxing she broke down sobbing, saying she didn’t want to do this anymore, according to the police report.
She didn’t talk to Brown after that, she said.
Brown is also accused of taking underage girls to Los Angeles for prostitution in 2001, and trying to entice a girl into his car with marijuana and money in 2006 near El Cajon Boulevard, according to the indictment. He and several other defendants are headed to trial in the case, in which authorities identified 60 victims.
Researchers describe similar tactics to recruit teenage girls happening today, although now Facebook and other social platforms have replaced notes in backpacks.
Take the recent case involving a 15-year-old girl from Hemet. She posted an ad on a website last fall looking for babysitting or housecleaning work and was contacted by a man who had prostitution in mind instead, said Rice.
She was observed by police soliciting on an Oceanside street. The pimp eventually pleaded guilty and was sentenced to more than nine years in prison for crimes against her and a second girl.
Schools have also turned into rich recruiting grounds, researchers found.
Girls are wooed by charming guys, or promised designer clothing, purses and iPhones, authorities said. They are plied with alcohol and drugs. Isolated from their friends and families. Some are already loners, kids who don’t fit in or suffer from mental disabilities.
“They are made to believe in the beginning that they are cared for, and by then it’s too late,” Dumanis said.
Recent prosecutions and information gleaned from the study also uncovered the increased use of a different kind of recruiter: the experienced prostitute. Such girls are sometimes referred to as “bottoms” by their gang.
“It’s a much softer sell, not stranger danger,” said the DA chief, Rice. “Sometimes it’s other girls sitting in class next to them.”
Researchers who interviewed San Diego County educators for the study were told that these girl recruiters were considered to be the most dangerous because they could be most convincing, said Ami Carpenter, who co-authored the study with Jamie Gates.
During one federal investigation, authorities were told of a suspected pimp who tried to enroll an experienced prostitute into a high school, likely for recruitment purposes, U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy said during a news briefing last year.
There are several examples in recent court cases of female recruiters.
In one, a woman who called herself “Cash Crystal” boasted on Facebook about her gang membership and the money she earned in prostitution, court records show. She is accused of recruiting an underage girl in Vista in 2013 and taking her from Los Angeles to Las Vegas the next day for sex work, according to the federal indictment.
In one post, she claimed the gang targets “Minors Cuz They Are Easy To Knock!”
How to deal with such female recruiters has become a bit of a flashpoint between prosecutors and recovery service providers. What’s the line between victim and victimizer?