COSTA DEL WHORE

Police arrest 21 people after raiding luxury brothels
disguised as HOTELS on Costa del Sol after prostitute held against her
will tips rings tip-off hotline 

  • Four prostitutes who were being held against their will were freed – including one forced into sex work when she was a child
  • Police arrested 21 people in raids on the network of brothels
  • Women had to give half their takings to the ringleader and endure ‘marathon’ days, say police
  • Clubs which were designed to look like hotels, with clients even having to sign bogus accommodation contracts
A
network of luxury brothels which were designed to look like hotels has
been uncovered in Spain as police seized assets worth nearly four
million euros.
Twenty one people were arrested, including a woman who controlled four strip clubs.
Authorities
in the Costa del Sol in Malaga say four prostitutes who were being held
against their will were freed, with one of them having been forced into
sex work when she was a child.
Four prostitutes who were being held against their will were freed, including one who had been forced into sex work when she was a child

Four prostitutes who were being held
against their will were freed, including one who had been forced into
sex work when she was a child

Police,
who raided the properties following a tip off, believe profits from
the sexual exploitation was whitened via bogus companies.
‘She told police that women were being forced into prostitution and drug-taking in several strip clubs,’ said a spokesman.
The
clubs which were designed to look like hotels, even to the extent that
clients arriving at the ‘reception’ had to sign bogus accommodation
contracts.
Police raided seven properties across Malaga after receiving a tip-off about the brothels

Police raided seven properties across Malaga after receiving a tip-off about the brothels
Video of police dogs searching the premises has been released by police in Spain following the raids

Video of police dogs searching the premises has been released by police in Spain following the raids
‘The
women were ordered to give half of their takings to the ringleader and
had to endure marathon working days,’ say the police.
‘However,
they also had to pay for the room at a substantially higher price than
the market value. They therefore had to entertain clients throughout the
day just to make ends meet.’
Seven properties were raided, the four strip clubs and three private homes, all in different districts of Malaga.
Drugs were also seized by police in the raids, which uncovered a number of brothels which were disguised as hotels

Drugs were also seized by police in the raids, which uncovered a number of brothels which were disguised as hotels
A huge quantity of paperwork was seized, together with eletronic device and Smartphones. 
A
gun was also found plus different amounts of various narcotics,
including cocaine, marijuana and hashish, and 6,461 euros in cash.
Properties and bank accounts belonging to the gang, valued at almost four million euros, were frozen.
Police say women were forced to endure 'marathon' days, and had to hand over half their takings to the ringleader

Police say women were forced to endure ‘marathon’ days, and had to hand over half their takings to the ringleader
A suspect is led away by police during the raids, which saw 21 people arrested

A suspect is led away by police during the raids, which saw 21 people arre

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