After Police Sex Trafficked Her as a Child, Woman Now Bringing Depts Down as An Adult

Thursday, August 24, 2017
By Paul Martin

After suing Oakland police for using her as a teenage sex slave, a California woman is now going after other departments in the state.

By Jack Burns
August 24, 2017

The men wearing badges were supposed to be protecting her. Instead, they were pimping her out to other officers within their own police department, and to policemen from nearby departments. It may sound like the subject of a fiction novel, but it is far from fiction, and it happened here in America, according to one woman who says the officers involved are nothing less than sexual predators who trafficked a teenage girl for sex and cash.

Jasmine Abuslin already won a nearly $1 million settlement from the City of Oakland for its officers’ role in using her for sex as a “modern-day sex slave,” according to her lawyer. Abuslin was being pimped out from the time she was just 12 years old. Soon, police officers got in on the action and the chance to have sex with a minor. Word got out among many of the officers and she was passed around like a rag doll within the department.

Now, her lawyers have set their sights on the next police department implicated in sex trafficking the teenaged girl. Police in Richmond, California, are now in Absulin and her lawyers’ proverbial crosshairs. According to a report from the Independent:

“Jasmine Abuslin, who also goes by the name of Celeste Guap, filed a lawsuit naming Allwyn Brown, the current Richmond police chief, former Chief Chris Magnus and Lt Brian Dickerson. Ms Abuslin’s lawyer, John Burris, says they failed to supervise and stop the sexual misconduct of at least five Richmond police officers.”

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