WEIGHT: 58 kg
Services: Dinner Dates, Slave, Slave, Role playing, Humiliation (giving)
Text of articles originally published in Turkish is provided through unofficial local FSN translation. These women, most of whom entered the country through Trabzon, gather at the hotels in Comlekci. Women, who are bought and sold as a commodity, go to the other parts of Turkey from here.
In other words, trillions of TL exchange hands overnight in Comlekci where both wholesale and retail are available. Some people buy five or six prostitutes and make them work for the season. Passports of many of the prostitutes, who are brought to Turkey jointly by Turkish and Russian Mafia, are taken away in order to prevent them from escaping. It was stated that approximately ten hotels which were shut down for prostitution re-opened with new names.
Sixteen major operations were carried out in the district since Before prostitutes arrived, there were six hotels in Comlekci. Today there are The number of restaurants increased from four to There is a cafeteria almost at every corner.
Many murders took place over women in Comlekci, one of the oldest residential areas in the town. An official from the U. Embassy who visited Trabzon two years ago carried out research in the province and went to Comlekci and showed Turkey as a Third World country involved in women trafficking. Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in , thousands of women with higher education but unemployed poured into the Black Sea region through the Sarp Border Gate. Women tried to earn a living initially by selling the goods they brought at the Russian Bazaar.
They even brought tank tracks. After a short while, in line with the demands of regional people, they changed sectors and moved on to prostitution. From that moment on they assumed the name "Natasha. They received money in Turkey for love they were giving freely in their own country. Soon the Mafia noticed the money involved. The prostitution sector boomed fast when Turkish and Russian organized crime gangs began to act together.