Florida human trafficking, women forced to work at strip-clubs. Florida law requires adult businesses and other locations to put up posters in an attempt to combat the problem of sex trafficking. On March 1st 2016, Pinellas County Fl (St Pete Beach strip clubs) began requiring adult entertainment businesses, massage and bodywork services not owned by health care professionals, and specialty nail salons to post signs with information about human trafficking and telephone numbers victims can call to seek help. Hillsborough County Fl (Tampa strip clubs) leaders on Wednesday are scheduled to give final approval to a similar ordinance. And while no one is saying this will solve the trafficking problem, it is one more step.
5 Years ago WPXI News wrote, FBI: Alivia Kail may have been abducted into sex slavery. PITTSBURGH - According to the FBI, the case of a missing Brookline girl has taken a major twist. Channel 11’s Alan Jennings confirmed Tuesday that the FBI believes Alivia Kail is still alive, and she may be a victim of sex trafficking in Florida. Kail, who disappeared in 2011 when she left for Florida with her boyfriend, could be enslaved by human traffickers, her mother Christine DiDiano said. Back in January 2013, 11 NEWS wrote" “It’s been long, almost two years, but I’m just so hopeful that we could get Alivia back. It doesn’t matter how, I just want her to come back,” Kail’s mother, Christine Kail, said. “I will never give up. So many people who love her just want her back.”
Cape Coral police: Arrest made in human trafficking case, he had 200 girls working for him. A Lee County teen was kidnapped and threatened with a life of sex work in Miami. The 17-year-old reported her harrowing ordeal to the Cape Coral Police Department who announced the arrest of her alleged sex trafficker Wednesday. Darnell Walker, 33, was arrested Tuesday and remains in a Broward Jail cell until he can be transported to Lee County to face charges of sexual battery, human trafficking, kidnapping, and robbery. He also claimed he had at least 200 girls working for him and some went to Cape Coral High School, the victim told police.
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Christine DiDiano has changed since Kail's disappearance, she said. She compartmentalizes more and is less trusting. Every day, she imagines what it would be like to get her daughter back — what it will be like, she said. "I have that faith in God that I'm going to get her back," she said. "I imagine, just, oh boy, if I get her back, if I find her and she's alive out there. It doesn't matter how broken she is, I'm going to fix it one way or another." She paused. "And yet, at the same time, wow, that's a lot (to go through), and I'm not going to be able to fix her," she said.
Alivia Christine Kail is Endangered and Missing From Pittsburgh.
Missing Since 03/05/2011
Missing From West Mifflin, Pennsylvania
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth 10/16/1991 (27)
Age 19 years old when missing.
Height and Weight 5'0 - 5'1, 110 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description A black short-sleeved shirt, jeans, sneakers or UGG's boots, and a diamond nose stud.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, blue/green eyes. Kail's nickname is Liv. She dyes her hair frequently. She has a tattoo of a blue lily with swirls on her right hip. Her ears are pierced, her nose is pierced and the right side of her upper lip is pierced. How to help: Anyone with information about Kail's disappearance can contact Allegheny County Police at 412-473-1200.
Alivia's mother, Christine DiDiano, identified the clothing as her daughter's. Lorenzi has been uncooperative with law enforcement officials and has refused to discuss Alivia's disappeance. Alex first reported to Alivia's family that she had returned to Pennsylvania after their vacation. However, according to the PA Liv Safe website, Lorenzi has since told family and police that Alivia decided to stay in Florida. Lorenzi is known to travel out of state frequently and use commercial air lines as well as rental cars. He had made multiple trips to the Naples, FL, and Wheeling, WV, areas in the weeks before his arrest on the charges unrelated to Alivia's disappearance.
The numbers are not only staggering, Florida is right there near the top.
A story by Tribune reporter Mike Salinero almost two years ago pointed out that Florida was considered third in the nation in sex trafficking. They used the word “considered” because nobody really knows for sure. “The Tampa Bay area is a top destination for traffickers, looking for people to traffic or to bring victims here,” Salinero quoted Groover-Skipper as saying. This is a global issue with an estimated 27 million adults and another 13 million children victims of human trafficking, according to RandomHistory .com. Authorities maintain an estimated 30,000 victims of sex trafficking die each year. Most trafficking in the United States occurs in New York, California and Florida.
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