Long Beach Man Charged With Child Sex Trafficking

LONG BEACH (CBSLA.com) — A Long Beach man is being charged with Child Sex Trafficking after allegedly forcing a 17-year-old girl to perform sexual activities with up to 50 or more men for profit.

Long Beach Man Charged With Child Sex Trafficking

Ralph Allen Jackson Jr., 40, who also goes by the nickname “Mac Wimp”, was arrested last week on a domestic dispute, according to the Long Beach Press Telegram.

“We’ve accused him of forcing the 17-year-old girl to work 12 hours a day to perform sex acts with about 50, and possibly more, men, in just the course of a couple of weeks, and forcing her to give every single dollar that she earned to him” U.S. Attorney spokesman Thom Mrozek said.

Mrozek also reports that the girl was forced to get a tattoo on her chest, that used a derogatory term to identify her as his belonging.

“B**** is a term [commonly used] that a pimp would use for one of his prostitutes,” Mrozek said.

Jackson is currently awaiting an initial court appearance.

If convicted, the suspected pimp could face 15-years-to-life in prison.


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