It begins like many relationships—on dating websites and apps. There is a connection, online conversation and then perhaps a visit. But for Staysha Hackmann that’s where the similarities end. Hackmann says she was manipulated into working for a sex trafficker she met online. She made as much as $1,700 a night over several months, before leaving in the middle of the night while he was in jail. NBC 5 is not naming the alleged trafficker because he has not been charged with a crime. Read More….
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