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A New York sex trafficker lured “hundreds” of victims by posting fake waitressing job ads online

NYC sex trafficker, 39, ‘lured ‘hundreds’ of migrants to work as prostitutes by posting fake waitressing job ads online for over 10 years’

  • Ysenni Gomez, 39, was taken into custody Aug. 12 and charged with trafficking in women in the Bronx and nearby Westchester County
  • According to the FBI, Gomez would run online ads through Facebook, Bedpage.com, and MegaPersonals.com to try to lure women into “waitressing.”
  • Gomez would target Spanish-speaking immigrants with the ad
  • The victim who helped bring in Gomez — an undocumented Venezuelan immigrant — said she was told there was no work
  • Gomez then allegedly forced her to have sex with men and said she would call the FBI to have them deported
  • FBI agents believe “hundreds” of women have been harassed by her over the past 10 years

A New York woman has been arrested and charged with sex trafficking as FBI agents believe “hundreds” of women have been harassed by her over the past 10 years.

Ysenni Gomez, 39, was taken into custody Aug. 12 and charged with trafficking in women in the Bronx and nearby Westchester County.

According to the FBI, Gomez posted online ads through Facebook, Bedpage.com and MegaPersonals.com to try to lure women into “waitress” jobs at a Manhattan restaurant.

Gomez would target Spanish-speaking immigrants with the ad.

The victim who helped bring in Gomez – an undocumented Venezuelan immigrant – said she was told there was no work and forced to have sex with men and said she would call the FBI to have her deported to let.

Ysenni Gomez, 39, was taken into custody Aug. 12 and charged with trafficking in women in the Bronx and nearby Westchester County

Ysenni Gomez, 39, was taken into custody Aug. 12 and charged with trafficking in women in the Bronx and nearby Westchester County

According to the FBI, Gomez posted online ads through Facebook, Bedpage.com and MegaPersonals.com to try to lure women into

According to the FBI, Gomez posted online ads through Facebook, Bedpage.com and MegaPersonals.com to try to lure women into “waitress” jobs at a Manhattan restaurant

Gomez is said to have cornered victims, like this Venezuelan woman, by ordering them to get into a car.

The victim claimed she spent the next few weeks in forced sex work, serving three men a night, three nights a week.

Federal authorities uncovered over 1,600 Gomez-related ads promoting prostitution dating back a decade.

She would hide under aliases like “Ysenni Peguero” and “Carolina” as well as the false company name “Chicas Express”.

The FBI is asking anyone with information or who may have been a victim to contact the FBI.

FBI Special Agent Brendan Kenny told the New York Post, “We think there are likely many more victims. This operation could have lasted up to 10 years.’

Authorities found Gomez in early August thanks to an undercover officer who responded to one of the ads, and set up a meeting at a Tarrytown hotel.

Kenney says the FBI is trying to determine if other traffickers are involved in Gomez’s operation.

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Emma Colton

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