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North Carolina women kept as sex slaves, beaten, tortured, in front of the kids in the hotel room, police say

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A North Carolina woman was held as a sex slave and repeatedly tortured and, in two of the bedrooms and the two suspects have been arrested in connection with the case, police said on Friday.

The woman, whose identity has not been released, was forced to perform sexual acts with random men,” and to “be physically and mentally punished… as they do not need to have a certain amount of finance,” the Pineville Police Department said in a news release.

In the two local hotels in Pineville, which is approximately 15 km to the south of the Town, and the woman is abused, smothered in ice-cream tubs and branded with a hot coat hanger, police said. The violence unfolded in front of her two children, who were sometimes beaten with a belt, but it is not sexual assault, the researchers added.

Thomas, Antoine, Miller, and Shakeeta Lasha Adams arrested in connection with human trafficking charges.

The police said that she was going to have to research on women trafficking in human beings when they are in contact with them. The suspects, Thomas, Antoine, Miller, 26, and Shakeeta Lasha Adams, 25, were arrested in connection with the case.

“Both locations are the same, the two defendants were arrested, were involved in the horrific act of violence,” police said.

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Miller has been charged with human trafficking of an adult victim of sexual slavery from an adult victim of sexual assault by strangulation, assault on a child under the age of 12, assault on a female and communicating threats.

He remained in the Mecklenburg County jail.

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Adams was charged with simple assault.

They were released on bail pending trial, according to jail records cited by the Charlotte Observer.

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