Amber Peak. 33, of Lake Worth, Florida, was on Sunday arrested on charge of prostitution of a minor and abuse of children, officials said.
(Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office)
A South Florida woman was arrested Sunday for alleged sex-trafficking of teenagers by introducing them to a phone app to advertise themselves for prostitution, investigators said.
Amber Peak, 33, was charged with human prostitution of a minor and abuse of children, reports said. She is being held at the Palm Beach County’s Main Detention Center, the Miami Herald reported. The alleged victims are 16 and 17.
“Victim 1 advised that the Peak told Victim 1 and Victim 2 about this application and that they can make money from older men,” the detective wrote in a report, according to the paper in the printer.
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The 17-year-old said Peak and said that she would not have to have sex with men, but just let them touch you, while they pleasured themselves, according to the report.
“Victim 1 and Victim 2 is shown how to place ads, what to say, things to ask, how to keep track of their ads refreshed on the top of the ad list and a price list for a ‘quick visit’ (15 mins) $80, half hour for $120 and a ‘pm’ for $180,” the detective wrote. “Victim 1 advised that the Peak a photo of her posted nude photos of her online prostitution ads.”
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The 17-year-old told authorities she, a 16-year-old and a 15-year-old would see between six and eight customers in a day, the Palm Beach Post reported.
Peak reportedly prostitute themselves also, according to the report.