A Georgia man was arrested on human trafficking and false inprisonment charges after police found eight women living with him in an Atlanta mansion, with one of the woman saying she was being held against her will, People reported.
“I’m in a very bad situation and I need to get out,” the woman said in her 911 call on Tuesday, reported the magazine.
Kenndric Roberts, 33, was arrested after police investigated his 6,800 square foot, $1 million luxury home in the upscale Atlanta neighborhood of Sandy Springs. Roberts was renting the house.
Police believe the other women, aged 19 to 22, might also be this man’s victims, but only one has made a complaint so far. All of them are U.S. citizens and in good health, according to a local police officer.
In her 911 call, the woman said the women at the house danced for money, and called Roberts her boss. She claimed that she was the only one who wanted to leave.
“He hasn’t threatened them, he mostly just threatened me,” the woman claimed.
She met Roberts through a site called SeekingArrangement.com, a “dating” website that lets women meet potential “sugar daddies” who will care for them financially in exchange for romance.
But Roberts ended up being cruel and threatening, she claimed, even forcing her to get plastic surgery.
“He will tell you, ‘You can leave whenever you want,’ and then he’ll threaten you right after,” she continued.
Roberts apparently runs an Instagram account called Live Star Nation where he posted pictures of himself with the “models” he may have lived with.
Many of the women who apparently live with him have an identical tattoo featuring the initials “LOP”—standing for “loyalty over pride.”
[Image: Fulton County Prison]
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