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Two men and a 17-year-old girl have been charged with trafficking.

Toronto Police say a previous case includes a victim as young as 12.

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.

The owner of the Mississauga Gates Inn, who identified himself as Suni, told the Star young girls are trafficked out of high-end hotels and small motels, like his, every day.

“We are kicking these people out like f--king crazy.

We are battling the struggle every day,” Suni said.

Human trafficking, both for forced sex and farm and other labour, was written into the Criminal Code of Canada in 2005, but it was only last year that the first pimp in Toronto was convicted.

The Internet has also changed The Game by taking these girls off the streets and hiding them behind closed doors.

The girls are typically sold on the website which police say is notorious for running sex trafficking advertisements across North America.

They are bought and sold — in 2013, police rescued a 17-year-old girl who was traded to a pimp by her own mother for a drug debt.

They are locked in hotel rooms and forced to have sex for money, sometimes up to 15 times a day, and then hand over all their cash to a pimp they are brainwashed into believing is their boyfriend.

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.

Inspector Joanna Beaven-Desjardins, commander of the Toronto Police Sex Crimes Unit, said pimps “brand them like cattle and move them like cattle.” “This is a Toronto problem, an Ontario problem and a Canada problem.

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