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Hotels to be Held Accountable for Keeping Quiet about Sex Trafficking

Hotels to be Held Accountable for Keeping Quiet about Sex Trafficking

A record-breaking 72 million people traveled to Orlando in 2017. While it’s safe to assume a big chunk of those visitors come for the mouse ears, rampant tourism has a dark side. As a top destination for leisure, Orlando takes third place for the number of calls per capita to the National Human Trafficking Hotline, …

When a Massage Becomes a Crime

DISCLAIMER: This blog was written to inform the general public of the recent events that have occurred at popular massage parlors around the country. The information presented was gathered from multiple legitimate news sources, linked throughout the blog and again at the end. According to an in-depth Buzzfeed investigation, as of November 2017, over 180 …

Falsely Accused Massage Therapist Found Innocent

Over 180 women who had visited Massage Envy spas across the country filed sexual assault complaints with Massage Envy that the mega-brand has failed to resolve since November of 2017. While many of the victims’ claims have merit, certified massage therapists everywhere run the risk of being falsely accused of sexual misconduct while on the …

14 Arrested in Lake County Online Sex Sting

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office has arrested 14 people as a result of a recent sex sting. The weeklong operation involved detectives posing as children, between the ages of 13 and 15, online. Acting as potential prey, detectives arranged to meet with the suspects in the Golden Triangle area with the intention of having sex. …

Supreme Court Rules Sex Offenders Allowed to Use Social Media

Sex-Offender Social Media Ban Thrown Out by Supreme Court On Monday, the Supreme Court overturned a North Carolina Law that restricted use of social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. The Justices argued that social media has become one of the most important sources of information in our society and restricting access to these …

New measure aims to tackle backlog of sexual assault kits

Back in January, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement released the results of a rather shocking survey, which determined that there were 13,435 untested sexual assault kits across the state. In light of the reality that these kits contain valuable DNA evidence that could not only identify potential suspects, but also establish the innocence of …

Teens face major penalties for taking, having certain ‘selfies’

It is no secret that teenage years can be incredibly difficult to navigate. Young people are testing boundaries and taking risks, trying to figure out who they are and where they fit in. With that comes the high chance of making mistakes and bad decisions. Technology is only making it easier to make these mistakes. …

New Orange County Ordinances Provide Lifeline For Victims

Human trafficking continues to be a serious problem throughout Florida, particularly Orange County. In fact, it is the third highest state for reported human-trafficking cases; trailing behind Texas and California. In an effort to combat sex trafficking, Orange County commissioners recently passed an ordinance which will initially require strip clubs and massage parlors to display …

Craigslist ad for sex leads to wrongful arrest

A 2011 child-sex sting in Orange County didn’t quite go as planned, despite netting 50 arrests. In fact, for one man, a father of four and a federal corrections officer, it didn’t turn out as he hoped at all. The man responded to an ad soliciting sex and agreed to meet the woman he had …

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