Team Dancer blamed for sex trafficking
A suburban Minneapolis secondary school team dancer is blamed for undermining a more youthful scholar by making an online advertisement and taking her to see potential clients, pocketing $60 in one case.
Montia Marie Parker, 18, of Maple Grove, faces lawful offense allegations of sex trafficking and pushing prostitution. She is planned to show up in court June 12.
Parker was a senior at Hopkins High School when she professedly set up a Backpage.com commercial for a 16-year-old, driving her to a pad to have oral sex with a man and taking the $60 the young lady made. Powers assert Parker and the young lady headed to an additional home the following day, yet left after the man rejected oral sex.
The young lady's mother called police in the wake of perusing quick messages between her girl and Parker on the young lady's cellphone, the Star Tribune reported.