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Teen Girl Disappears at NBA Game and Turns Up 11 Days Later in Nude Photos on Sex Trafficking Site – PJ Media

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A 15-year-old girl attended a Dallas Mavericks basketball game at the American Airlines Center with her dad on April 8, 2022. She got up to use the restroom and never came back.





FAST FACTS:

  • The girl went to the restroom before halftime. When she didn’t return, the father told security she was missing. The arena was searched, the girl wasn’t found, and the father was told to go home.
  • Surveillance video shows the girl leaving the arena with a man in his 40s.
  • The father called the Dallas Police Department and was told to call the cops in his hometown of North Richland Hills, thinking the girl was a runaway. The North Richland Hills Police in turn told him to call the Dallas Police because that is where she disappeared.
  • The American Airlines Center claims the man who was seen leaving with the girl got in with a counterfeit ticket.
  • Eleven days later her parents were sent a nude picture of her from a sex trafficking site.

Frustrated with the Dallas Police Department, the family contacted the Houston-based Texas Counter-Trafficking Initiative. The girl’s parents gave them a picture of the missing teen.

Using facial recognition technology, the Texas Counter-Trafficking Initiative was able to locate the girl in less than a day. She was being trafficked almost 200 miles away in Oklahoma City.

FACT-O-RAMA! Counterfeit sports tickets are BIG business. Most arenas can scan a ticket upon entry to see if it’s real. It’s odd that someone got a bogus ticket past the ticket-takers.





Oklahoma City Police raided an extended stay where they found the girl. She had been raped numerous times. Eight people were arrested and charged with human trafficking, rape, and the distribution of child pornography. The family then hired attorney Zeke Fortenberry.

“The family was frustrated,” Fortenberry stated. “After days of not getting any information from the Dallas Police Department and Dallas Police not taking any action, the family sought out the help of this agency in Houston.”

Related: 12 Tips to Keep Your Baby or Small Child Safe From Kidnapping

Fortenberry and the family plan to sue the Dallas Police Department, the American Airlines Center, the Dallas Mavericks, and Extended Stay America hotels.

“When a 40-something-year-old man walks in with a 15-year-old girl and rents multiple hotel rooms and then there is traffic coming in and out of those rooms, those are red flags,” Fortenberry told reporters.

“This girl was being sexually assaulted in a hotel room multiple nights,” he continued. “Any time she could have been rescued from that sooner would have been better.”




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