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The traffickers also traded the plaintiffs among each other, according to the lawsuits.
As the matter is subject to pending litigation, we're unable to comment further at this time," Wyndham's statement said.He suggested that she “set it up so that you and [me] are having sex or oral or something and [the daughter] walks in on it.” He thought that would be the easiest way to “invite her into it.”When Stephanie complained about the difficulty in finding a partner for this project, that it's “hard to find someone 4real” because most men were “full of BS,” Farley assured her that he was “looking for real,” and that he would take the real experience “as far as you are comfortable going.” Farley said that while he had never been with a ten-year-old girl, he had been sexually active for nearly a year with the fourteen-year-old he had met; he expressed the opinion that there was no difference between the ages from a “making it happen point of view” as long as the girl felt “comfortable and safe.”Farley told Stephanie that his name was “Kelly” and he shared details about his real job as regional vice president for a Dallas staffing company.Stephanie told him she was “Stephanie Miller” and said that her daughter was named “Sydney.” Farley suggested he might soon visit their hometown of Atlanta on business, but expressed some concern that Stephanie might be “a cop trying to entrap me.”On October 9, 2006, Farley initiated another chat with Stephanie.In the case of the Red Roof Inn, someone purporting to be the manager responded to some negative reviews on Trip Advisor, the lawsuit says.The lawsuits cite a study commissioned by the US Department of Justice that says Atlanta is one of the most profitable cities in the country for sex traffickers.• At the Suburban Extended Stay (then owned by Choice Hotels), employees offered a trafficker a room in the "usual spot," the lawsuits say.
In one instance, the lawsuit alleges, a plaintiff asked a hotel employee for a ride or a cellphone so she could escape, and "the man told her he could not give her a ride.
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Four young women who say they were sex trafficked are suing chains that own Atlanta-area hotels where, the women allege, they were not only forced to perform sex acts for money, but hotel staff helped their traffickers in exchange for a cut of the profits.
Hotel staff are accused of ignoring signs that should have tipped them off that the women were being trafficked, including that their traffickers had multiple rooms under one name, dozens of men visited the same rooms each day and there were an "extraordinary number of used condoms" in the rooms' trashcans, the lawsuits said."These lawsuits demonstrate what we all know: Hotels know about sex trafficking, hotels participate in sex trafficking and hotels make money from sex trafficking," attorney Jonathan Tonge, who represents the four plaintiffs, said in a statement.
"When the choice comes down to leaving a room empty or renting that room to sex traffickers, the hotels in these lawsuits consistently chose to rent the room to sex traffickers."In four federal lawsuits filed Monday, the accusers -- all identified as Jane Does -- say they were forced to perform the sex acts between 20 at a Red Roof Inn in Smyrna, a Suburban Extended Stay in Chamblee, a La Quinta Inn in Alpharetta and an Extended Stay America in Atlanta.
In 2007, Atlanta's sex trafficking economy was worth $290 million annually and traffickers reported average weekly earnings of about $33,000, the lawsuit said, citing the study.• At the Red Roof Inn, signs in the reception area said, "NO REFUNDS AFTER 15 MINUTES," the lawsuit alleges, providing two photographs of the signage.