Posts Tagged 'sex trafficking'

Michigan Woman Alleges Sex Trafficking in Ann Arbor Hotel

Ann Arbor michigan Fairfield inn sued over sex traffickingA Michigan woman has filed a federal lawsuit alleging eight years of sexual abuse and trafficking in an Ann Arbor, Michigan Fairfield Inn. Having been sexually abused by her father throughout her childhood, she was living in an orphanage when her trafficking ordeal started at the age of 17.

As detailed in her complaint, that ordeal included “repeated instances of rape, physical abuse, verbal abuse, ...

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New Lawsuits Shine Disturbing Light on Hotels’ Roles in Sex Trafficking

dozens of new lawsuits accuse hotels of complicity in sex traffickingWhat started as a trickle has become a flood as over 40 new lawsuits have been filed in various federal courts accusing major-name hotel chains of being complicit in human sex trafficking. Hilton, Marriot, Wyndham and more have all been named as defendants as women across the country break their silence and demand to know why hotel staff at these locations never ...

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West Coast Woman Sues Hotel Chains Over Sex Trafficking Claims

Another woman has come forward alleging that multiple hotel chains knew that she was being trafficked for sex on their properties and, rather than intervening, chose to protect their profits and turn a blind eye instead.

According to CNN, the plaintiff, identified only by the initials A.B., has sued six hotel chains over ongoing abuses she endured while being trafficked between Washington and Oregon at the age of 22. The chains include Hilton Worldwide Holdings, Inc., Wyndham ...

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NYC Hotels Hit with $10 Million Sex Trafficking Lawsuit

The details of this story are particularly disturbing. As a result, and as a service to our readers, we are urging caution when reading.

Two hotel chains operating facilities in New York City have been hit with a $10 million lawsuit over allegations that not only was child sex trafficking and assault happening on their properties, but that they knew about it, did nothing to stop it, and – in some cases – participated.

As detailed by the ...

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