Group of six people charged with 62 offences in modern slavery bust

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Group of six people charged with 62 offences in modern slavery bust

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Six people have been charged with 62 offences following an investigation by the Met’s Modern Day Slavery Team targeting the sexual exploitation of women at brothels in London.

[A] Jie Zhang, 40 (31.07.81), of Fountain Park Way, Hammersmith and Fulham and [B] Qitao Xu, 31 (02.01.90) of Bullrush Grove, Hillingdon, have each been charged with 13 offences:
– Possession of criminal property
– Three counts of conspiracy to hold another person in slavery
– Conspiracy to use, acquire or possess criminal property
– Conspiracy to conceal, disguise, convert or transfer criminal property
– Two counts of committing an offence other than kidnapping or false imprisonment with intent to commit a human trafficking offence
– Two counts of conspiracy to control prostitution for gain
– Three counts of conspiracy to arrange or facilitate travel of another person with a view to exploitation within the UK.

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[C] Yuhua Zheng, 68 (07.09.52), of Fountain Park Way, Hammersmith and Fulham, has been charged with 11 offences:
-Possession of criminal property
– Three counts of conspiracy to hold another person in slavery
– Conspiracy to use, acquire or possess criminal property
– Conspiracy to conceal, disguise, convert or transfer criminal property
– Two counts of conspiracy to control prostitution for gain
– Three counts of conspiracy to arrange or facilitate travel of another person with a view to exploitation within the UK.

[D] Giulia Manzo, 30 (04.05.90), of Brewster Gardens, Kensington and Chelsea, has been charged with eight offences:
– Possession of criminal property
– Two counts of conspiracy to hold another person in slavery
– Conspiracy to use, acquire or possess criminal property
– Conspiracy to conceal, disguise, convert or transfer criminal property
– Conspiracy to control prostitution for gain
– Two counts of conspiracy to arrange or facilitate travel of another person with a view to exploitation within the UK.

[G] Wenjing Nong, 32 (27.11.88), of Tyndall Road, Waltham Forest, has been charged with seven offences:

– Two counts of conspiracy to hold another person in slavery
– Conspiracy to use, acquire or possess criminal property
– Conspiracy to conceal, disguise, convert or transfer criminal property
– Conspiracy to control prostitution for gain
– Two counts of conspiracy to arrange or facilitate travel of another person with a view to exploitation within the UK.

[H] Zeev Zi-Pear, 62 (09.04.59), of Woodstock Road, Barnet, has been charged with 10 offences:
– Possession of criminal property
– Two counts of conspiracy to hold another person in slavery
– Conspiracy to use, acquire or possess criminal property
– Conspiracy to conceal, disguise, convert or transfer criminal property
– Two counts of encouraging or assisting in the commission of eitherway offences believing one or more will be committed
– Conspiracy to control prostitution for gain
– Two counts of conspiracy to arrange or facilitate travel of another person with a view to exploitation within the UK.

They were all charged by postal requisition on Tuesday, 6 April and will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Monday, 10 May.

The charges follow a day of action carried out as part of Operation Huai where detectives executed warrants at seven addresses in London on Wednesday, 22 April 2020.

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