Dutch Police Apprehend Alleged Bulgarian Pimp

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Dutch Police Apprehend Alleged Bulgarian Pimp: Dutch Police Apprehend Alleged Bulgarian Pimp Police in the Netherlands have detained a Bulgarian national, accused of forcing a 31-year-old Bulgarian woman to work as a prostitute in Groningen's red light district. Photo by www.everytail.com

Police in Groningen have arrested a 36-year-old Bulgarian national on suspicion of human trafficking, Radio Netherlands informed Saturday.

The man, allegedly, forced a 31-year-old Bulgarian woman to work as a prostitute for 8 years.

Dutch police say the woman was recruited in Bulgaria and worked in Groningen's red light district. She was forced to give the suspect all her earnings, estimated at EUR 2 M.

The arrest resulted from a joint investigation by Groningen and Bulgarian police, the Dutch information agency reports.

 

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#7
NellieotAmerica - 20 Mar 2009 // 16:41:35

Fishtail

The total amount of undesired sex endured by women is probably greater in marriage than in prostitution.

#6
fishbrain - 20 Mar 2009 // 00:51:33

Nellie, I think you miss a vital point, I don't think these ladies are doing it for fun and pleasure on a whim. I can imagine a person forced to have sex 10 times per day even 20. We are not talking pleasure, we are talking exploitation of a person. Although normally I would find you almsot amusing I think the subject of slavery is not one that really lends itself to humor.

#5
NellieotAmerica - 19 Mar 2009 // 17:18:01

CJB

Yeah, I am the Madam of New Jersey. I can hook you up if/when you visit. lol

#4
CJB - 19 Mar 2009 // 12:08:05

Nellie, that's too much information, you are revealing your past career to us all! ;)

#3
NellieotAmerica - 18 Mar 2009 // 23:35:54

fishtail

100 euro is probably too much for that hooker, if she got 10 euro it was probably what she deserves. But assume 100 euros. How do you do 50 sessions/week? that's like........10 sessions/day. Each session is 1 hour, plus you have to allow for down time, like clean up time. No, it is not possible.

#2
fishbrain - 18 Mar 2009 // 23:31:09

Simple maths...

2,000,000 / 8 = 250,000 per year

250,000 / 12 = 20,833 per month

say she was incredible and was paid 200euro per customer/session/whatever...

20,833 / 200 = 104 "sessions"

104/4 weeks = 26 sessions per week...

and even if you change to 100euro the charge..comes to 52sessions per week

so its very possible.... too late for you Nellie ..unless some people are interested in necromania ;)

#1
NellieotAmerica - 18 Mar 2009 // 15:54:12

"The man, allegedly, forced a 31-year-old Bulgarian woman to work as a prostitute for 8 years.

Dutch police say the woman was recruited in Bulgaria and worked in Groningen's red light district. She was forced to give the suspect all her earnings, estimated at EUR 2 M."

Yeah, right..........Posmali mango. The hooker is lying. First, no one can force her to work as a hooker for 8 years if she didn't want to. She could have run away or killed herself. That's just ridiculous. Secondly, I don't believe the 2 million euros number. That's just impossible to do even if she was on her back 24/7 with customers lined around the block for ten years.

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