REPORT: Woman kept as sex slave, beaten, tortured in front of children, police say


A North Carolina woman was held as a sex slave and repeatedly tortured in two hotel rooms and two suspects have been arrested in connection with the case, police said on Friday.

The woman, whose identity was not released, was “forced into sexual acts with random men” and “physically and mentally punished… if she failed to meet a certain quota financially,” the Pineville Police Department said in a news release.

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At two national hotels in Pineville, about 15 miles south of Charlotte, the woman was verbally abused, choked in ice baths and branded with a hot coat hanger, police said. The violence unfolded in front of her two children who were occasionally beaten with a belt but not sexually abused, investigators added.

Police said they’d been investigating the woman’s trafficking case when she contacted them. Suspects Thomas Antoine Miller, 26, and Shakeeta Lasha Adams, 25, were arrested in connection with her case.

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