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She had met the couple at a roadside hotel in New Jersey, US, thinking she was being hired for a childminding job.
But they kidnapped the girl and forced her to take crystal meth while warped men paid to sleep with her, according to prosecutors.
On Monday, a grand jury charged White and Regn with multiple charges including conspiracy, human trafficking, promoting the prostitution of a minor and child pornography.
The human-trafficking charge alone carries a sentence of up to 20 years without parole to life, and a fine of up to $US200,000.
Investigators say the couple advertised the girl as an “escort” on Backpage.com and posted naked photos of her.
She was then driven around several motels in southern New Jersey to meet men.
But the girl, who has not been named because of her age, managed to escape after 10 days when her captors were sleeping, authorities said.
“This is a classic case of human trafficking where these defendants allegedly trapped an underage girl in dehumanising circumstances in which they gave her drugs and forced her to have sex with multiple men per day,” Attorney-General Christopher S. Porrino said.
“It’s terrible for anyone to be exploited in this manner, but it’s especially heartbreaking when the victim is so young and vulnerable”.
White and mum-of-two Regn are being held in Burlington County Jail ahead of their trial.
This article originally appeared on The Sun.
Sex Trafficking Ring Busted in Spanish-Bulgarian Effort. Credit – Spanish National Police via Storyful 5:24.
A group involved in trafficking Bulgarian women to Spain for sexual exploitation was dismantled following a joint investigation by the Spanish National Police and Bulgarian Police, according to Europol. The investigation, supported by Europol and Eurojust, busted a network that allegedly targeted the prostitution industry in the southern Spanish cities of Torremolinos and Marbella. Police arrested 34 people, 26 in Spain and 8 in Bulgaria, and secured 13 victims. Drugs, more than $56,000 (50,000 euro) cash and luxury items were also seized in 36 raids over the course of three years. Credit: Spanish National Police via Storyful.
The 6 Types Of Prostitutes And Where They Work.
A prostitute waits for customers at a popular bar district in Shanghai June 7, 2003. Reuters/Claro Cortes IV Business Insider’s Dylan Love recently had his expectations shattered when he reported on a Nevada brothel, but he was actually only getting a glimpse into one type of prostitution.
The sociologist Ronald Weitzer identifies the six most common types of prostitutes and where they work in a fascinating book called ” Legalizing Prostitution.”
Weitzer’s book looks at legalized prostitution in other countries and illegal prostitution in America, finding that some sex work is better for women than others. Here are the six types of prostitution, which Weitzer adapted from the book “Immoral Landscape: Female Prostitution in Western Societies” by Richard Symanski.
Independent Call Girl/Escort.
Independent escorts work for themselves in hotels and private buildings like houses, charge high prices, and stay away from the public eye. They likely advertise their services online, and they get to keep their profits since they’re self-employed.
Like independent call girls, employees of escort agencies work in private locations or hotels and charge relatively high prices. (Ex-New York Governor Eliot Spitzer slept with an escort agency employee, Ashley Dupre, for $4,300 a night.) Weitzer says these employees face “moderate exploitation” since they have to give a cut of their earnings to their agencies.
Brothels are dedicated locations where people pay for sex and can include saunas and massage parlors, Weitzer writes. The prices they charge are “moderate,” and brothel workers endure “moderate exploitation” since they have to give part of their earnings to the brothel owners, he said. Licensed brothels are legal in parts of Nevada.
Thistype of prostitution is prevalent in Amsterdam, enticing passersby to enter houses of prostitution by prominently displaying the women in windows. Here’s Weitzer’s excellent description of window work, which pays women a low-to-moderate wage.
Almost all of Amsterdam’s window rooms are single occupancy, separating workers from each other. Some rooms are connected to a bathroom and kitchen shared by several workers, but the women spend most of their time by themselves in front of the windows. The situation contrasts sharply with brothels, where workers can enjoy a party atmosphere and regular social contact with other providers, staff, and customers.
These sex workers make initial contact with men at a bar or casino and then have sex at a separate location. In bars in Thailand, the Philippines, and the Dominican Republic, guys pay “bar fees” to leave a club with a worker and spend several days with her, Weitzer writes. The guys (often foreigners) pay the women’s expenses during that time, in an arrangement that often confers status on the prostitute. The women earn low-to-moderate salaries.