Young Nigerian Prostitutes “Held Hostage” In Ibiza Rescued By Police (See Photos)

Prostitutes who were taken to Ibiza for the tourist sex trade then beaten with brooms and sticks if they didn’t bring in €1,000 a day have been rescued by police. The victims, who were lured to the Spanish mainland with fake promises of jobs, were forced to work 14 hours a day.

Read via Daily Mail;

One of the women, police have revealed, was just 16 years of age. All 21 are Nigerian and were working in the exclusive districts of Ibiza.

A major operation carried out by the Spanish police in association with the Office of Criminal Investigation in Germany and Europol has led to the arrest of 24 suspects.

‘The network captured very young victims among the lower classes of the major Nigerian cities, deceiving them with false job offers in Spain. ‘Once in our country, they were forced into prostitution in marathon days, being beaten if they did not earn the money demanded by the gang,’ said a police spokesman.

Investigators said Ibiza was chosen for the summer because of the high influx of tourists, with the gang totalling controlling the streets of the exclusive areas.

They were kept in one apartment and only allowed out occasionally to buy food or to keep an appointment with a client.

‘If they didn’t earn 1,000 euros a day, they would be forced to kneel for hours and beaten with sticks and brooms,’ said the spokesman.

They were subjected to voodoo rituals and sworn to loyalty contracts under the threat of family members being killed.

The women were smuggled into Europe on boats and planes and were only told their job offer was false when they arrived in Spain. They were then told they would have to pay up to 50,000 pounds to be freed and could do so through prostitution.

Police said they took elaborate steps to avoid detection, often moving the women from house to house.

The money earned from prostitution was sent to Nigeria via Madrid where a bar was used as the front.vexx5 vexx3 vexx1 vexx vexx6 vexx7

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  • Justice Elmer

    Let those guys go and face the law for human trafficking and plenty other charges, battery, false pretense and all that

  • Justice Elmer

    Well than God they were rescued..

  • Justice Elmer

    This format is something of early 2000s.. Italy scam and all that.. I wonder how someone would still fall for such a cheap lie

  • Justice Elmer

    Or is progress a taboo in you village??

  • Justice Elmer

    You have a job in Spain and all your family people still dey Nigeria.. Them go follow go na, make we knw say e legit

  • Justice Elmer

    But wait o… This kind if format is still working on people?? In this our 3D generation

  • vivian Ify

    This is really sad..thankGod they were rescued

  • Mezzy Gilbert

    And these girls shud becareful in who dey follow abroad all in d quest of making money

  • Mezzy Gilbert

    I no dey pray better prayer for people wry dey do another person sister ds kind thing

  • Cornel Nwankwo

    Hope this will serve as a note of warning to other girls.

  • Cornel Nwankwo

    This is serious oooooooooo
    Thank God they were rescued.

  • badmos tolulope

    To God b d Glory.

  • When someone invites you abroad over an undisclosed job…this is the result… They should better thank God

  • emekachilaka

    they should be luck for themselves next time de we no the right root to follow

  • Olovo Obinna

    Greed n quest for material things almost cost them their life…..tnk God they were rescued……let other young gals back home learn from this

  • kayode akinsanya

    That’s very bad from our people, to them they would be thinking they’re helping them God will judge them

  • WillieBravo

    So people still engage in human trafficking like this. When oyibo dey do am we call am slave trade. Now na black man dey sell black man. It’s pathetic.