Texas sex trafficking survivor sues Motel 6, says Annie McAdams, PC and co-counsel


HOUSTON, May 5, 2021 / PRNewswire / – A Texas Sex trafficking survivor alleges in retrial that she was drugged, beaten and repeatedly raped in a Houston– the Motel 6 area is known for its trafficking activities, according to its lawyers Annie McAdams PC, Sico Hoelscher Harris LLPand Gallagher law firm.

Filed in the District Court of the State of Harris County on behalf of “Jane Doe AA., “the lawsuit accuses a group of Motel 6 defendants of knowingly profiting from sex trafficking activities and cites dozens of suspected traffic incidents at Motel 6 locations across the country. Five similar lawsuits were brought on behalf of alleged victims of trafficking against accused of Motel 6 in Dallas County Last week.

According to Harris County trial, Jane Doe AA., a resident of Nueces County, Texas, was drugged at a high school party after being “treated” by a high school friend’s brother. After the drugs, Jane Doe AA. woke up in a hotel, with her ID and phone confiscated by the trafficker. She was then trafficked for several months, including in a Motel 6 establishment in Spring, Texas where she was drugged, beaten and raped by an average of 10 men a day, including a manager of Motel 6.

The defendants at trial are G6 Hospitality LLC, doing business as Motel 6; G6 Hospitality Franchising, LLC; G6 Hospitality IP, LLC; G6 Hospitality Property, LLC; G6 Hospitality Purchasing, LLC; Motel 6 Operating, LP; and NNJP LLC, doing business as Motel 6 Spring.

“Countless tales of tragedy establish the ingrained and pervasive nature and knowledge of Motel 6’s role as a place of sex trafficking across United States for years, “the lawsuit alleges.” As sex trafficking has taken on epidemic proportions, it has become widely recognized that we must look beyond the pimp and purchaser of sex to stop sex trafficking. We need to look to other individuals and entities who facilitate and benefit from sex trafficking. “

After months of abuse, according to the lawsuit, Jane Doe AA. escaped his trafficker after approaching a policeman at a gas station. She underwent intensive hospital treatment for drug addiction, followed by a home trafficking recovery program. After several months of hospital treatment, Jane Doe AA. returned home to her parents.

The defendants are charged with violating Chapter 98 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, an anti-trafficking law passed in 2009 and other state laws.

Jane Doe AA. and the five alleged victims of trafficking in the Dallas County prosecutions are represented by Annie mcadams of Annie McAdams PC, of Houston; Michael T. Gallagher and Pamela McLemore, of the Gallagher law firm, of Houston; and David E. Harris and Jeffrey H. Richter, Sico Hoelscher Harris LLP, Corpus Christi, Texas.

Annie mcadams , of Annie McAdams PC, mentionned, “Jane Doe AA. is a rare success story in human trafficking. Despite deep wounds from rape and abuse, and a constant fear for her safety and that of her family, she continues to recover and look to the future. She retaliated by serving as a key witness against the criminal trial of her trafficker. “

David E. Harris , of Sico Hoelscher Harris LLP, said: “Jane Doe AA. courageously rebuilds his life. With the help of Chapter 98 protection, we believe that survivors of trafficking Texas can expose and hold companies such as Motel 6 that benefit from these exploitative crimes. “

The case is “Jane Doe AA. vs G6 Hospitality d / b / a Motel 6, et al., “Cause No. 2021-26731 in the 11e State District Court of Harris County, Texas.

Media contact : Powers of Erin; Powers MediaWorks LLC; for Annie mcadams; PC; [email protected] ; 281,703,6000.

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