Human trafficking charges stem from an online employment posting.

Human trafficking charges stem from an online employment posting.

After receiving a report from a lady who answered to a job post, London, Ont. police have charged a 26-year-old man.

On Saturday, police were called by a woman who said she had been trafficked since early 2019.

Human trafficking charges stem from an online employment posting.

 

According to authorities, she “got into what became an exploitative relationship with a male, in which the victim was forced to do sexual acts with others in exchange for money” after responding to an online employment ad.

According to reports, the crimes took place between March and July of 2019 and then again between April and September of 2020.

As a result, the man from Hamilton, Ontario, has been charged with the following:

obtain sexual services in exchange for money

monetary gain from sexual services

locating/recruiting a person to perform sexual services in exchange for payment

promoting the sexual services of another person

The defendant is currently in detention on unrelated charges and was charged through a warrant. He is scheduled to appear in court in London on Tuesday.

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