A man is facing human trafficking charges after allegedly luring women to a Georgia home and holding them captive. Police say Kenndric Roberts used the website "Seeking Arrangement dot com" to bring women to a one-million dollar home in an affluent Atlanta suburb. Eight women were reportedly found and freed following one of them calling 911.
Once there, he allegedly promised them modeling jobs but instead forced them to work at strip clubs and give him the money. Prosecutors also say Roberts was a member of the Gangster Disciples and forced the women to get gang-related tattoos. He allegedly threatened to murder or mutilate the women.
Roberts' lawyer disputes the charges and says the women were free to go whenever they wanted. Either way, Roberts faces six counts of trafficking a person for labor or servitude, six counts of false imprisonment, two counts of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony and one count of criminal street activity. If convicted, he faces up to 205 years in prison.