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Chopper, from MTV's Making The Band, was extradited to Las Vegas to face charges of sex trafficking.

TMZ reports Chopper, real name Kevin Barnes, was arrested in Maryland and charged with running a prostitution ring. Barnes is accused of luring Instagram models and other vulnerable young woman from the social media platform.

Barnes was busted when he DM'd an undercover Nevada state police officer who was posing as a vulnerable young woman on Instagram.

TMZ reports the aspiring rapper tried to entice the undercover cop by telling her she could make money selling her assets as part of his stable of women.
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Police then searched his social media account and found several posts referencing prostitution.

The aspiring rapper earned a good living pimping young women on Instagram.

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IG photos show Barnes sitting on a private jet and showing off his seven homes, including one in Las Vegas, his fleet of cars and jewelry.

In a phone call with the undercover cop, Barnes allegedly said she would join his "team" and "stable" of hookers.

Barnes then began speaking aggressively to the cop and ordered her to meet him in Charlotte, N.C. to join his "stable."

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Atlanta rapper Cash Out was recently indicted on charges of rape, sex trafficking and running a prostitution ring out of an Atlanta home and hotel rooms.

The one-hit wonder, born John-Michael Hakim Gibson, was arrested and booked into the Fulton County Jail without bond.
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Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis said Cash Out used his celebrity status to lure women off Instagram and into a life of prostitution.

"The most troubling aspect of this case is that women have been victimized and brutalized within our community by people who had a chance to do something else with their lives," Willis said.

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"He's a very talented musical performer. Unfortunately, he didn't stay in that business, and he branched off to the business that finds him under indictment," Willis said.

Cash Out also faces charges of keeping a place of prostitution at a home on Alfred Avenue NW and beating a woman with a belt.

"He's accused ... of whipping a young lady who's a sex worker, and this was one of the girls that he had recruited," Fulton County deputy district attorney Earnell Winfrey told Channel 2 investigative reporter Mark Winne.

Winfrey said 2 women have been rescued so far.

"We've rescued two so far. Some of these women are our most vulnerable women and he lured them in, let them believe that he cared about them and that he would take care of them, only to flip the script and then began to pimp them out," Winfrey said.

"He's facing a 25-to-life crime," Winfrey said.

Willis warned young women on social media to beware of rappers flashing cash and empty promises.

"We want parents and family members to be aware because one thing that we realize is not just Cash Out, but a lot of people are recruiting young women through social media," Willis said.

Cash Out is best known for his only hit single "Cashin' Out", from his 2012 mixtape It's My Time. The song peaked at number 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, number 2 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, and number 1 on the Billboard Rap Songs chart.

In 2019, Cash Out appeared as himself in the movie Uncut Gems starring Adam Sandler and Lakeith Stanfield.

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The fired Amazon driver who was seen in a viral video sneaking a woman out of his delivery truck finally explains what happened.

In a video call with TMZ, Tywan George confirmed that the woman captured on surveillance video was a working girl.

"It ain't nothing like I know her personally, you know what I'm sayin'?" he told TMZ.

Tywan said rent is high in the Tampa, Florida area, and the young lady was doing what she had to do to "make ends meet."

The viral surveillance footage, uploaded to TikTok by user @patrickhook01, shows the barefoot, scantily-clad woman slipping out the backdoor of an Amazon Prime delivery truck last month.

Tywan says he knew he would probably be fired because Amazon has strict policies against unauthorized people in delivery vehicles.

"There was no packages reported missing - nothing was reported stolen, you know what I'm saying? It was just the incident just went viral, you know what I'm saying? That's pretty much what cost me my job."

With nothing to lose, Tywan admitted he did what any other red-blooded American male in his situation would do.

"Honestly, I just look at it like it is what it is now, you feel me?"

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In a second video, Tywan is seen rapping and dancing in his delivery truck.

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Rapper Mally Mall was sentenced to nearly three years behind bars after pleading guilty to running an illegal prostitution ring in Nevada.

The Love & Hip-Hop: Hollywood star, who pleaded guilty in October 2019, will serve 33 months behind bars for running the prostitution business over 12 years - from April 2002 to September 2014.

Mall, real name Jamal Rashid, was originally set to be sentenced in January 2000, but the Covid outbreak delayed his sentencing.

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Rashid is pictured with LHHH cast member Nikki Mudarris in a photo dated Feb. 21, 2015.

Federal prosecutors in Nevada say the 44-year-old rap producer owned several prostitution rings disguised as escort services in Clark County.

He used paid websites "to advertise the victims for prostitution purposes," the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Nevada said in a statement.

Prosecutors say he manipulated and "exploited hundreds of female victims, imposing rules and threatening them so that they would prostitute for him".

Rashid also "encouraged victims to get tattoos of him to demonstrate their loyalty, and led many of them to believe he would advance their careers in show business", prosecutors said.

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A Rome, Georgia man advised a police officer of his HIV-positive status before leaning in to kiss him.

Marcus Demond Williams, 27, was arrested after he ran from the officer and refused to comply with his commands to stop.

Williams was charged with reckless conduct and three counts of obstruction, the Coosa Valley News reports.

Williams was also charged with marijuana possession after police found weed during a search.

The arrest was part of an ongoing prostitution sting in Floyd County.

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Lil Baby's other baby mama, Ayesha, is considering taking him back to court after an OnlyFans adult film star leaked the details of his cash transaction with her.

A woman named Ms. London, who earns a living making adult films and prostituting herself, revealed she was paid $6,000 by the father-of-two while Jayda, the mother of his youngest son, was at home caring for their child.

The rapper had just celebrated his 26th birthday at a maskless bash in Atlanta last week when he apparently hooked up with Ms. London at a hotel and left $6,000 on the nightstand afterwards.

London couldn't wait to share the details of their sexual encounter on Twitter.

"Ok I'm home, 6k richer & full of 1942," London wrote in a now-deleted tweet. "The best d*ck I ever had came from a millionaire who didn't say more than two full sentences to me," she tweeted. "He literally beat me to the mattress soon as I got in the room... Not dropping no names, but jayda not leaving this man ever," she said, referring to the rapper's long-suffering baby mama, Jayda Cheaves.

After Lil Baby's predictable denials, Ms. London shared a DM exchange in which he reportedly told her: "What's the point of paying if you do all that !! You fuccin the game up !! If I pay for pussy youn supposed to speak on it. That's bad business mama."

Now the mother of Lil Baby's eldest son, Jason, wants to know why she and her son are forced to subsist on a measly $2,000 a month when he's dropping stacks on prostitutes.

Ayesha is considering taking him back to court -- and now she has the evidence to prove her case.

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The president of a historically Black college in Mississippi has resigned after he was arrested in a prostitution and drug sting.

William Bynum Jr., who was president of Jackson State University since 2017, resigned after he was busted along with 15 other people for "procuring the services of a prostitute, false statement of identity and possession of marijuana," according to the Clarion-Ledger.

The Clinton Police Department conducted a prostitution sting and arrested multiple suspects, including Jackson, reported.

Jackson State University professor Shonda McCarthy, 46, was also arrested for procuring the services of a prostitute and marijuana possession while operating a motor vehicle.

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Sheena Stanford, 35, and several other suspects were charged with "promoting prostitution."

Detectives made contact with the suspects through various "dark web" services.

Bynum, a married father of six, resigned less than a week after another HBCU president was fired for his role in an admissions scandal.

Dr. Austin Lane was terminated early Wednesday for allegedly allowing an unqualified student to be admitted to Texas Southern's law school.

The JSU board will convene an emergency meeting to discuss appointing an interim president.

Robert Kraft

New England Patriots billionaire owner Robert Kraft was charged with two counts of soliciting sex at a high class massage parlor in Florida, police said on Friday.

The prominent businessman was among 25 people arrested after a months long investigation into possible human trafficking, Jupiter, Fla police Chief Robert Kerr said during a news conference.

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Uber driver

A California Uber driver eavesdropped on a conversation between 2 female passengers and discovered they were pimps running a sex trafficking ring. Uber driver Keith Avila is being hailed as a hero for helping police bust up the ring and rescue a 16-year-old girl.

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