Parents Indicted for Trafficking Their Two Teenage Daughters

May 20, 2011

Kentucky - Two parents in Madison County were indicted for trafficking their 13 and 14 year old daughters. One of the girls' teachers reported them to the police after seeing them dressed inappropriately in front of a movie theater.  The incidents reportedly took place between Oct. 10, 2009, and Feb. 24, 2011.

The parents were indicted for “... arranging for their 13- and 14-year-old daughters to provide companionship and affection to male individuals in exchange for money and goods ...,” the indictment reads.
The girls were interviewed by a police officer during an investigation. The girls told the officer that their parents seek out men in different stores to see if they are interested in companionship from their daughters. They encourage the girls to touch and kiss the men so they will get more money.

The men also would take photos of them “with their clothes partially off,” Boyle testified.

The older girl, age 14, said one of the men who came to their home sexually assaulted her as her mother watched, Boyle said. The younger girl then attempted to come to her sister’s aid.

The couple Madison County Detention Center Thursday without bond.

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