A Philadelphia Days Inn has reached a $24 million settlement with eight human trafficking victims, resolving claims that the hotel allowed the then-minors to be abused on its premises, according to a Thursday announcement from the plaintiffs’ Kline & Specter attorneys.

“The traffickers were prosecuted,” said Kline & Specter’s Emily Marks, who represented the plaintiffs alongside Nadeem Bezar. “They’re incarcerated and now it’s time to hold the hotel accountable for what was happening in their hallways.”

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