HOUSTON, May 5, 2021 / PRNewswire / – A. Texas Sex trafficking survivors allege in new lawsuit that they have been repeatedly drugged, beaten and raped Houston– The Motel 6 area is known for human trafficking activities, according to their attorneys at Annie McAdams PC, Sico Hoelscher Harris LLP and the law firm Gallagher.
Submitted to the regional court in Harris County in the name of “Jane Doe AA“The lawsuit alleges a group of Motel 6 defendants knowingly profited from sex trafficking activities, and cited Dozens of suspected human trafficking incidents at Motel 6 locations across the country. Five similar lawsuits have been filed against Motel 6 defendants on behalf of alleged human trafficking victims Dallas County last week.
According to the Harris County Legal action, Jane Doe AA., a resident of Nueces County, Texas, was drugged at a high school party after being “groomed” by a classmate’s brother. After using drugs Jane Doe AA. woke up in a hotel with her ID and phone confiscated by the trafficker. It was then traded for several months including a Motel 6 location in Spring, Texas There she was drugged, beaten and raped by an average of 10 men a day, including a Motel 6 manager.
The defendants in the lawsuit are G6 Hospitality LLC, doing business as Motel 6; G6 Hospitality Franchising, LLC; G6 Hospitality IP, LLC; G6 Hospitality Property, LLC; G6 Hospitality Purchasing, LLC; Motel 6 Operating, LP; and NNJP LLC, which operate as Motel 6 Spring.
“Countless stories of tragedy testify to the ingrained nature and knowledge of Motel 6’s role as a sex trafficking venue The United States For years “alleged the lawsuit.” As the sex trafficking has grown to epidemic proportions, it has been widely recognized that we must look beyond the pimp and the sex buyer to stop the sex trafficking. We need to look to the other people and organizations that promote and benefit from the sex trafficking. “
After months of abuse, according to the lawsuit, Jane Doe AA. escaped her human trafficker after approaching a police officer at a gas station. She underwent intensive inpatient drug addiction therapy, followed by a trafficking recovery program. After many months of inpatient treatment Jane Doe AA. returned home to her parents.
The defendants are charged with violating Chapter 98 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, a 2009 anti-trafficking law, and other state laws.
Jane Doe AA. and the five alleged victims of human trafficking in the Dallas County Lawsuits are represented by Annie McAdams of Annie McAdams PC, of Houston;; Michael T. Gallagher and Pamela McLemore, from The Gallagher Law Firm, from Houston;; and David E. Harris and Jeffrey H. Richterby Sico Hoelscher Harris LLP, by Corpus Christi, Texas.
Annie McAdams , of Annie McAdams PCsaid, “Jane Doe AA. is a rare human trafficking success story. Despite deep wounds from rape and abuse and constant fear for the safety of herself and her family, she continues to recover and looks to the future. She defended herself by serving as the lead witness against her trafficker’s criminal case. “
David E. Harris from Sico Hoelscher Harris LLP said: “Jane Doe AA. courageously rebuilds her life. With the help of chapter 98 protection, we believe survivors are trafficking in human beings Texas Companies like Motel 6 that benefit from these exploitative crimes can expose and hold accountable. “
The case is “Jane Doe AA. G6 Hospitality d / b / a Motel 6 et al., “Cause No. 2021-26731 in the 11th State District Court of Harris County, Texas.
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