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Sex Trafficking

Anthony Donte Collier ran a Facebook group where he actively recruited women to work as prostitutes. He also used his position as a receptionist at his company, BGI Promotions, to recruit women under the premise of furthering their rap careers. Once he recruited them, he posted their photos on He convinced romantic partners, waitresses, a Walmart employee, and a woman from a center of homeless and disadvantaged youth to “work at his company” but proceeded to abuse and threaten them until they agreed to prostitute for him. He assaulted his victims in order to force them to prostitute in hotels and private residences across North Dakota and Minnesota. Collier was charged with sex trafficking of four women and one minor.

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