Some New Jersey motel operators are facing a lawsuit accusing them of profiting from human trafficking because a minor was forced to engage in prostitution at their establishments.
The suit is part of a growing body of cases that seeks to hold the hospitality industry civilly liable for profiting from what they knew or should have known was human trafficking.
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