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Karly, whose identity has been concealed, was years-old when she started working in the sex trade. Olivia, whose name has also been changed to protect her identity, was years-old when she started selling sex. Both women were tricked into the sex trade by men who sold them a dream of money, love and security, who eventually became their pimps, they told CTV News Toronto.
Every day, thousands of teenagers and young women are being sold for sex in hotels and motels across the Greater Toronto Area, in what Toronto police say is one of the fastest growing crimes in the province — human trafficking. These young women and girls are forced to have sex for money, sometimes several times a day, and then hand over all their cash to a pimp they are brainwashed into believing loves them.
Olivia worked every day over the two years she was trafficked. She says there were thousands of clients. Detectives say the crime is growing because human trafficking is so lucrative. The Internet has also changed how these women were trafficked. According to police, their services were advertised on the classified website, backpage. Yesterday, CTV News Toronto revealed a three year undercover child sex trafficking sting aimed at catching men who pay to have sex with underage girls and the people responsible for trafficking them.
This involves rescuing victims, identifying and charging those who traffic children; and identifying and charging those who attempted to purchase sex with children. Karly was one of the victims they found working in a hotel room. She says victim services and other agencies helped her get back on her feet. Karly and Olivia were tricked into the sex trade by their boyfriends, men who sold them a dream of money, love and security, who eventually became their pimps.
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