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‘Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’ star charged with sex trafficking

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As a recurring guest star on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta,” reportedly tried out for the movement of two teenage girls for prostitution, authorities said Thursday.

Lyndon “Sas” Smith, 26, — who has appeared on the reality TV show about 20 times, and his alleged accomplice, James Ruffin, 27, had planned to travel from Georgia to pimp out the two teenagers, police said.

They were taken to the DeKalb County Jail on charges of criminal attempt to traffic persons for sexual servitude, and criminal attempt to improve a person less than 18 years of age, of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

Lyndon Smith, and James Ruffin were to be charged with a criminal offence to attempt to traffic persons for sexual servitude, and criminal attempt to improve a person less than 18 years of age.
(Dekalb County Police Department)

The ages of the girls have not been released.

Smith has been a member of the hip-hop group, Da Razkalz CrU, and has appeared in supporting roles on two seasons of the show, which chronicles the lives of several rappers and R&B artists, directors, and producers in Atlanta, georgia.

His brother Scrapp DeLeon, was a regular on the show in season eight, the most recent was in the air.

This article was originally published on Page Six.

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