She said she did not know anything about "pimping and hoeing, but he taught her all about it." According to the affidavit, he started prostituting her the same day they met.
The woman told detectives Lewis prostituted her in New Orleans, Knoxville, Memphis, Tupelo, Miss. Lewis gave her the name Mercedes and made her call him "daddy," according to the affidavit.
The woman told investigators Lewis would set her prices and find her clients.
She said he kept all the money she made and was physically and verbally abusive in order to "motivate her." Detectives used the 19-year-old's statement and her cellphone records to track accounts, advertisements and hotel rooms back to Lewis, which police said confirmed he trafficked her and other women between June 8 and August 15, 2017.
As of Wednesday, she did not appear in online jail records.
The blistering action of a Frances Tiafoe-Mitchell Krueger match at the Sarasota Open apparently got a few consenting adults in a nearby apartment in the mood for love.
Perhaps it’s just life in 2017, but it was simply impossible to watch this without the “fake content” alarm going off.
A Tennessee man is accused of human trafficking after investigators say he prostituted a 19-year-old woman in New Orleans in August, according to court documents. According to the arrest warrant affidavit, Lewis had been acting as the woman's pimp for the past three months.
Barron Lewis, 51, was found in Tennessee three weeks after a New Orleans judge signed a warrant for his arrest. In August, an Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office sergeant and task force member found a prostitution advertisement on the website
I don’t think any sane person would be talking about a tennis match between a dude named Frances Tiafoe and another dude named Mitchell Krueger if it wasn’t for something hilarious and completely ridiculous occurring.
Well, lucky for everyone, something hilarious and completely ridiculous did occur. The match, which occurred at the Sarasota Open, was briefly interrupted when out of nowhere the sounds of two people going at it is heard by everyone at the stadium. Even the play-by-play commentator Mike Cation had to comment on it.“I don’t know how to put this, folks,” Cation says.