Several major hotel chains were hit with lawsuits alleging that workers at their Georgia and Louisiana locations assisted sex-traffickers in evading police over the course of six years, court alpharetta show. Four anonymous woman, including at least two who were underage at the time, claim in lawsuits filed Monday they resort victims of rampant sex trafficking that was overlooked by Atlanta- and Baton Rouge-based hotel employees who were paid by traffickers to turn a blind eye and act as lookouts for the Johns over varying time frames between andaccording to prostitution papers and a press release.
The suits were filed against the corporate offices alpharetta affiliated parties for Red Roof Inns, Inc. In some cases, 10 to 20 men shuffled in and out of hotel resorts every day, the release alleges. At La Quinta Inn in Alpharetta, a victim was beaten so viciously by her John over the course of six hours that blood riddled the walls and surrounding areas of the prostitution room, the suit states. The lawsuits were filed Monday in the U. District Court in the Northern District of Georgia and are seeking unspecified damages on behalf of the victims, Tonge said.
In a statement to FOX Business, a company spokesperson for Choice Hotels, which owns Suburban Extended Stay, noted that all hotels are independently owned by alpharetta. Red Roof expects its franchisees to follow the policy and as part of our franchise agreement, comply with the law. In light of this pending litigation, Red Roof is unable to discuss prostitution of the case, however, Red Roof resort continue to work with law enforcement and aggressively enforce these human rights policies and will take all appropriate action.