London, Ont., Police say a man has been arrested and is facing several human trafficking-related charges after a victim came forward to police late last week.
Police say they were contacted by a female victim on Jan. 29.
Between February and March 2019, police say the victim replied to an online job advertisement and entered into what became an exploitative relationship with a male.
Police say the victim was made to perform sexual acts with others, in exchange for money between March and July 2019, and between April and September 2020.
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As a result of the investigation, Brady Allan Decoursey, 26, of Hamilton, has been charged with obtaining sexual services for consideration, material benefit from sexual services, and procuring / recruiting a person to provide sexual services for consideration.
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Decoursey is also charged with advertising another person’s sexual services.
The accused is currently in custody in relation to other matters so the charges were laid by way of a warrant application, police say.
He is scheduled to appear in London court Tuesday in relation to the charges.
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