Transcript for Saudi Princess Accused of Human Trafficking
It's not a portrait of a Saudi princess you'd expect. 42 year old Michelle -- -- was arrested and booked into the orange county jail early this morning she's accused of forced labor human trafficking and the alleged victim a Kenyan woman who escaped from this Irvine Condo complex last -- and flagged down a box. She start telling the bus driver. And in a voice or other people on the bus could hear that she's think she's a victim of human trafficking. Where could -- find the police the victim told police she signed a contract last year to work for all of -- in Saudi Arabia. For 16100 dollars a month. Working 58 hour days a week. Instead the victim says she was paid 220. Dollars a month. And forced to work sixteen hour days without a day off. She says Ali bond confiscated her passport but returned it long enough to bring her into the -- last two months ago with -- forced labor continued. She was saying she was waiting on. Up to eight people at a time trying to take care of them and and working day in and day out and she was she was not freely. Kim -- the founder of the victims advocacy group Sabine innocence says California's prop 35 has upped the penalty for human trafficking in. A crying she says continues to grow the FBI estimates there's approximately 50008 international victims that are brought into the US. Every single year. But in addition to that -- and you -- not domestic. Victims that -- -- when police officers arrested Ali bond they say there were four Filipino women in the Condo. Whose passports she may have also seized. More charges are possible.
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