Man Accused Of Enticing Women To Work In New Jersey, Physically Abused Them And Then Denied To Pay Them
A 42-year-elderly person lured whores from Canada and New York to head out to New Jersey for work and afterward would not pay and now and again explicitly ambushed them, specialists said.
Jose Torres is accused of two tallies of pressure and temptation, the U.S. Lawyer’s Office for New Jersey said. Torres, a New Jersey occupant, showed up in government court in Boston on Tuesday following his capture there on Friday. Torres is being held without bail and will be come back to New Jersey for his next hearing, his Boston-based lawyer, Joseph B. Simons, disclosed to N.J. Advance Media.
Torres “convinced, incited and tempted business physical laborers” to make a trip to places in and around Middlesex County between May 2015 and October 2019 to take part in prostitution by promising them huge installments, authorities said.
Specialists said that when the whores requested to be paid, Torres got forceful, regularly attacking and assaulting them. Government examiners didn’t give an old neighborhood to Torres. Every charge conveys the most extreme 20-year punishment in a government jail.