Human Trafficking! Man Arrested For Holding 8 Women Captive

An Atlanta, Georgia man has been accused of human trafficking and false imprisonment after police discovered eight women living with him in his luxurious Sandy Springs rental home, one of whom claims she was held against her will.

According to PEOPLE, the woman, 20, called 911 Tuesday morning, saying, "I’m in a very bad situation and I need to get out. . .It’s a house full of girls and a guy. Like, if I try to leave, he’ll kill me."

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Later, police arrested 33-year-old Kenndric Roberts, who, remains locked up at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, without bond, on two counts each of trafficking a person for labor and false imprisonment, according to the publication.

"He hasn’t threatened them, he mostly just threatened me," the woman claimed in her call. "He is so smart. He knows exactly what he’s doing."

"He will tell you, 'You can leave whenever you want,' and then he’ll threaten you right after," she continued, referring to Roberts as her boss.


According to the woman, she met Roberts through, a dating site for "sugar daddies." She later claimed that Roberts forced her to get plastic surgery, calling him "mean."

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"When I came here, it was like a good situation where you come and you work. . .and the girls make money from dancing."

Roberts appears to run an Instagram account, Live Star Nation, which often features "models" and high-end retail.

The woman who called 911 said she’d been there for "about a month," but did not reveal how long the other women had been living there for.

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