Shocking News: Missing Teenager Said To Be Victim Of Sex Trafficking Ring

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A college student from Pennsylvania who has been missing since September may be a victim of sex trafficking, according to the NYPD.

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Corinna Slusser, 19, was last seen on September 20th leaving the Haven Motel in Rego Park, Queens in the early hours of the morning. A source at the NYPD told Fox News that police are investigating Corinna as a possible sex trafficking victim.

Slusser was also allegedly assaulted by a man who sources say could be her pimp. The 19-year-old reportedly filed a complaint against a 32-year-old man roughly a month before she was last seen.

She claimed the man grabbed her neck and pushed her against the wall when she demanded the return $300 that was apparently stolen from her. According to the Fox News report, NYPD sources indicated that Corinna Slusser was the assault victim.

Slusser was studying marketing at the Indiana University of Pennsylvania according to her Facebook page.

The New York Daily News reported that Corinna’s relatives initially reported her missing on September 12th when she failed to show up to her grandfather’s funeral in Florida. Her last social media post was on her Instagram page, 10 days before she was last seen at the motel.

Family members told the paper that she moved to New York City in March after meeting her suspected pimp. They say she called the man “her daddy”. Corrine initially kept in touch with her family when she first moved but they haven’t heard from her since early September.

“She’s so sweet and so naive. She didn’t know what she was getting herself into. She just needs to know that everybody wants her home. I can’t imagine what she’s gone through or what she’s going through. I just want her to have an out,” said a relative.

Corinne is described as being roughly 5 feet 6 inches in height with blond hair and blue eyes and she weighs about 140 pounds. She also has a very distinct large black flower tattoo on her chest.

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Corinne’s Instagram account has been inundated with comments from people wishing the girl a safe return, however, as usual there are some who seemed to be trolling her page.

Some users are concerned that she made herself an easy target by posting location pictures of herself on a public Instagram account.

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Corinne’s mother, Sabina Tuorto is desperate to find out what has happened to her daughter taking to her Facebook page she said, “I can’t bear any more days like this. I fear the worst, but I pray for the best and her to return home. I’m waiting for an angel to hear my prayer.”

14-Year-Old Model Dies After Working In Gruelling 12-Hour Chinese Fashion Show

A 14-year-old Russian model has died after a grueling 12-hour fashion show in China.

Vlada Dzyuba reportedly collapsed just before walking out onto the catwalk in Shanghai, The Siberian Times reported.

The teen was found to be suffering from chronic meningitis “compounded by severe exhaustion” and remained in a coma for two days before she passed away.

Vlada reportedly collapsed after her temperature soared while she was waiting for her next appearance.

It is believed tht the young model was too ‘scared’ to ask for medical help and was working well over her contract of a maximum three hours a week.

It is alleged that the 14-year-old was unable to be taken to hospital for treatment because she did not have medical insurance, despite being on a three-month contract with a prominent Chinese modeling agency.

It is unclear who is to blame for her not having medical insurance.

The recruitment of  young female models in China is on the rise, often between 14 and 16,  from Russia and especially Siberia to work at catwalk shows.

The topic was uncovered in a documentary Extreme Model Factory by presenter Reggie Yates in his 2015 Extreme Russia series.

Vlada’s mother was not able to reach her daughter before she died, and she told the television programme NTV: “She was calling me, saying ‘Mama, I am so tired. I so much want to sleep.”

“I didn’t sleep myself and was calling her constantly, begging her to go to hospital,”she added.

Vlada’s family has contacted the Russian state to ask for help finding answers.

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