While at the motel in Cherry Hill, the victim engaged in sex acts in exchange for money with multiple individuals, which the defendants split between themselves and the victim.
The next day, at a motel in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, at the defendants’ direction, the victim again engaged in sex acts in exchange for money with multiple individuals who responded to the advertisement.
At the motel, Gray and Easley convinced the victim to engage in commercial sex acts.
– A Camden, New Jersey, woman was sentenced today to 72 months in prison for sex trafficking of a minor, Acting U. Easley, Mertz, and Gray agreed to advertise the minor online for commercial sex acts and drove the minor to a motel in Cherry Hill for that purpose.
Judge Sheridan imposed the sentence today in Trenton federal court. Gray was also charged in the complaint with being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Sheridan to an information charging her with one count of sex trafficking of a minor. Mertz, 36, of Collingswood, were previously charged in a criminal complaint with sex trafficking of a minor and conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking of a minor.
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