Prosecutors expect to charge more people in N.Y. sex traffic case

Prosecutors expect to charge more people in N.Y. sex traffic caseA federal prosecutor in Brooklyn said Friday more people are expected to be charged in a sex-trafficking case, in which self-help guru Keith Raniere and actress Allison Mack are accused of running a secret society where women were branded and treated as slaves. “We anticipate that there will be additional charges and additional defendants in this case,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Moira Kim Penza said at a hearing before U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis in Brooklyn federal court.



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