Sex Slaves: How Romanian Girls Become Victims of Human Trafficking in Britain

With the new huge wave of refugees from Ukraine in Europe, most of them women and children, this inhumane business may have thousands of new victims.

A human trafficking network operates throughout Great Britain, whose victims are girls and young women from poor countries, most often from Romania.

 

Traffickers find loopholes in local laws and, knowing that Romanian police often ignore reports of missing girls, exploit their victims, some barely ten years old, with impunity.

 

As soon as the girls turn 18, they are brought to Britain, where more money can be made from them.

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Source: bbc.com