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Some are branded — often with their pimp’s street name.

From behind bars, Matthew Deiaco, 29, who calls himself a “manager of escorts” and is facing a slew of human-trafficking related charges, told the Star that Toronto’s underground sex trade has grown “massively” over the past decade.

In a jailhouse interview in mid-November, the heavily tattooed Deiaco said he couldn’t talk about his case before the trial, but he agreed to describe how pimps play The Game.

Sexual human trafficking is the forced confinement or transportation of a person for the purpose of sexual exploitation.

Contrary to popular belief, almost all of the victims in Canada are Canadian born.

Tyrone Burton, 31, was found guilty of holding two teenagers against their will, confiscating their identity documents and forcing them to work in the sex trade.

The Crown is seeking to declare him a dangerous offender to keep him locked up indefinitely.

Over the past month, the Star has interviewed six victims who were lured into The Game and trafficked throughout the GTA, moved every few days between four-star downtown hotels to cheap motels and strip clubs along Highway 401 and the QEW.

Their stories have similar traits — what lured the girls into The Game was the illusion of love and a secure future.

The Star’s investigation is based on: information from criminal trafficking cases; federal government documents detailing the problem; interviews with victims, parents, social workers and police officers from four major regions across the GTA; and an in-depth interview with an accused pimp who is behind bars awaiting trial.

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