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Violence Against Women: FBI Investigating Georgia Sex-Slavery Case

Posted on | March 15, 2017 | Comments Off on Violence Against Women: FBI Investigating Georgia Sex-Slavery Case


Police say Kenndric Roberts used so-called “sugar daddy” websites and an Instagram page to lure eight women to the million-dollar mansion north of Atlanta where he operated a sexual slavery ring:

A man in Sandy Springs was arrested after police said he held eight women against their will in a nearly $1 million home.
Just before 8 a.m.[March 7], officers responded to a 911 call from a woman who asked for help leaving a residence in the 100 block of Strauss Lane, Sgt. Sam Worsham said . . .
When they got to the 6,806-square-foot home, officers assisted the women in leaving the residence, Worsham said. It was not immediately clear how long they had been in the house.
“I’m in a very bad situation, and I need to get help,” the caller told the police dispatcher.
The FBI and Sandy Springs investigators arrested 33-year-old Kenndric Roberts on Wednesday on charges of false imprisonment and trafficking of persons for labor, Worsham said. . . .
The woman who called police said she met Roberts through the website , , ,
According to Fulton County property records, the $976,300 residence has five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms.
The house was rented, according to Mark Feinberg, president of the homeowners association.

Police say the eight women, ages 19 to 22, were forced to work as strippers and give all their earnings to Roberts. Warrants in the case say Roberts boasted of his affiliation with the notorious Gangster Disciples. He promoted himself through an Instagram page called “Live Star Nation” where the motto was “Loyalty Over Pride.” This was encoded as a tattoo on the arms of the women who called him “boss.”


“L.O.P” (Loyalty Over Pride) and the numerical equivalents: 12 for L, 15 for O, 16 for P and 14 for N, the last letter standing for “Nation.” Atlanta NBC affiliate WXIA-TV reported that the women “were sent to work at the Pink Pony, Mardi Gras, Oasis, nearby strip clubs.” At least one of the women Roberts called his “Diamond Kitties” was flown to the Dominican Republic where Roberts paid for her to get breast augmentation surgery:

Upon her return from the Dominican Republic, her phone and ID were taken and she was given a “company phone.” Her assignment was to start working at Flashers, another strip club located in Sandy Springs.
She and the other women, she recounted, were not allowed to speak to any black men at the clubs, and that Roberts had people staked out, watching them at the clubs while they worked. She said that she was also prohibited from talking to any of her friends from before her time at the mansion.
And threats were made often, she said.
With an AK47 on him at all times, Roberts, she said, told her that he was going to pay someone to slice open her chest, remove her implants and then chop her up. Among the many threats to her, she said, he also threatened to hurt the other women’s families.
He kept cameras rolling in the house to keep a close eye on everything that happened.
All of the women in the house were having sex with Roberts, she said. And while she didn’t feel forced to have sex, she didn’t believe that saying, “no” to him was an option.

Roberts also faces federal charges of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony, and the FBI believes there may be more victims.

As with other recent cases of violence against women — in Cleveland, in Houston, in Florida, etc. — feminists have not yet commented on this Atlanta case, for some reason . . .



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