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Alleged Pimp Arrested Year After Pennsylvania Student, 19, Disappears In The Bronx

Bronx Pimp Arrested Corinna Slusser Disappearance
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Nov. 2 2018, Updated 12:54 p.m. ET

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New details have emerged in the case of the Pennsylvania student who went missing one month after moving to New York City in 2017.

As RadarOnline.com has learned from reports, Ishi Woney, 23, was arrested this Wednesday in New Jersey, and accused of kidnapping Corinna Slusser. Investigators believe the man — who is allegedly a pimp and aspiring rapper — forced Slusser into a sex trafficking rink last year, when she was just 19.

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Reports say the FBI has reason to believe that Woney abducted Slusser after meeting her at a motel in the Bronx, where she was staying during her first month in the city.

While Slusser's Instagram consisted mainly of cheeky selfies and beautiful posts, her latest photo, dated September 10, 2017, shows an unknown woman smoking Marijuana on the side of the road in the Bronx.

"Cyphin mid day mid road is always good for the soul," the student captioned the bizarre photo.

After friends and family reported Slusser missing, investigators found texts between her and Woney. They also reportedly discovered an online ad posted by Woney in which he included photos of Slusser and his other female victim, and offered their sexual services in exchange for money.

The young student's heartbroken family continues to pray for her safe return.

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