Focus On South Florida: Sex TraffickingThis week on Focus on South Florida, we focus on sex trafficking with a woman who advocates for victims.
Florida Human Trafficking Probe That Ensnared Robert Kraft Began When Inspector Saw Signs of Women Living At SpaIt's now a sprawling sex trafficking investigation involving many jurisdictions and ensnaring wealthy, powerful suspects, but it began with a health inspector observing curious details suggesting women might be living at a Jupiter, Florida, day spa.
Actress Sues Harvey Weinstein, Accusing Him Of Sex TraffickingAccusations against former movie mogul Harvey Weinstein are continuing to pile up.
U.S. Company Turned Blind Eye To Wild Behavior On Iraq BaseTwo American investigators headed into an emergency meeting with their boss on an Iraqi air base and faced something unexpected.
Ft Lauderdale Man Pleads Guilty To Sex TraffickingA Ft. Lauderdale man accused of prostituting an 18-year old woman has pleaded guilty to four sex trafficking charges.
Fmr. Children's Shelter Worker Sentenced For Sex Trafficking A former worker at the Florida Keys Children's Shelter has been sentenced for selling two underage girls for sex.
Focus On South Florida: Human Trafficking in South FloridaSex trafficking of women is happening all over the world, but it’s important for us to focus on the degree to which it's happening in our own backyard. Every day young women are being lured into this underground life.
Human Trafficking Victim: "I Was Afraid Of My Own Dreams."It was sentencing day for a man accused of bringing young men to Miami for prostitution purposes.
Focus On South Florida: With Michele Gillen and Ramona MillerFocus' Rudabeh Shahbazi talks with CBS4's Investigative Reporter Michele Gillen and special guest Ramona Miller.
Exclusive: Trapped, Inside The Hidden World Of Sex TraffickingLooking into a reflection of her own eyes, Kyla Massey sees a tormented soul. A spirit crushed under the weight of memories of the sex acts she was forced to perform. How many men did the 26-year-old have to service on just one typical day?
Despite Mandate, Few Sex Traffickers Go To PrisonLaws intended to encourage police to target pimps rather than prostitutes aren’t being used in Florida