Posted on June 04, 2015
By Katelyn Secret, Jin Kim, Jessica Evans and Courtney Mabeus
This story is part of an investigative series on human trafficking in Maryland.
BALTIMORE -- These women's stories, told in a variety of Maryland courtrooms, are similar. And chilling.
R, an immigrant in her early 20s with no papers, a third-grade education and a baby girl, entrusted her life to a man she met at a restaurant in Prince George's County who told her he'd take care of them. Instead, he beat her and threatened to harm her daughter to force her into prostitution...