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Illegal brothels are flourishing in Melbourne and the authorities are struggling to stop them. Police blitz: The Australian Federal Police have rolled out a nationwide advertising campaign to crack down on sex trafficking.
Source: Quest Newspapers. SHE had signed up to work in a brothel. If she had, she says, she would have continued working at the brothel in her home country, where she was barely earning enough to pay off rising medical bills. But I had to do everything. All of this with no condoms. Jessica had a valid student visa when she arrived.
It had been arranged by the traffickers who were well aware of Australian laws that allow international students to earn a living as sex workers. After receiving directions via a payphone at the airport and parting ways with the young women she travelled with, Jessica made her way to a legal inner-city brothel. She was then forced to sign a contract that would effectively have her working as a sex slave for the next three months.
Jessica is now safe, but her story is not uncommon. Melbourne support group for women in the sex industry, Project Respect, has supported 20 trafficked women in the past 12 months. Executive director Kelly Hinton suspects many more women who have come through her doors were also trafficked. The taskforce was established on February 29 to coincide with legislative changes that made police the lead agency for investigations into the multi-million dollar illegal prostitution industry.
They charged a year-old Bentleigh woman and a year-old Ormond woman with forcing a child to have sex for money. The business was one of about licensed brothels in the state. The legal sex industry estimates there are unlicensed brothels across Victoria with links to human trafficking, tax evasion and organised crime. Government corruption has also been a problem.