Cops said the Instagram picture she posted caught Attz’s eye, and he began messaging her false promises that he would financially take care of her and her children if she came to New York. When Attz, who lives with his mother and has prior arrests for marijuana possession and unauthorized use of a vehicle, picked her up in New Jersey on June 25 and took her to a hotel, she realized she had made a huge mistake. He began demanding she reimburse him for travel expenses, gifts he gave her and for her hotel room — which became her prison, sources said. She told cops Attz locked her in the room with no food, deprived her of sleep and warned her that the only way she’d stay alive was to become his hooker, sources said.
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Sex trafficking takes places all over the world, maybe in your neighborhood and you have no idea. You can’t be gullible in this world and just assume people will be true to their words. You also can’t think a person you never even met would be willing to take care of you with out some major costs. This woman could have lost her life chasing after false dreams sold online.