An Iraqi housewife and her mother – currently at large – have been charged with human trafficking and blackmailing three teens into travelling from Iraq, and exploiting them through prostitution.
The two women had brought the three victims from their home country on forged passports in which they lied about their real ages. “The defendants also forced my sister into prostitution, who had been deported. The first accused used to send my photos, in which I appeared scantily dressed, to customers on WhatsApp,” one of the three victims said.
“I was tricked into signing papers in their villa in Dubai for visa purposes. But I discovered later it was my marriage contract to a Syrian man,” said another victim. The Syrian man, who is the 31-year-old accused’s friend, would transport the victims from the villa to another villa in Abu Dhabi or to hotels there to meet customers, the victims revealed.
Source Credit: Khaleej Times
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