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These reviews are the opinion of CampgroundReviews' members and not the views of CampgroundReviews. Stayed here on the way to Florida a couple nights. Loved it so much we decided to cancel our return reservation at a different campground and stay here again. Very clean spacious spots, level, and beautiful views of Lake Lanier. Delivery food available as well as a drink cart that comes around.
Recent trends in hotel violence, insurance, and legal liabilities
In one instance, the lawsuit alleges, a plaintiff asked a hotel employee for a ride or a cellphone so she could escape, and "the man told her he could not give her a ride. The employee pulled out bags of outfits and tried to sell the lingerie to Plaintiff," according to the lawsuit.
Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, which is not named in the suit but owns La Quinta, said it works with numerous organizations "to enhance our policies condemning human trafficking while also providing training to help our team members, as well as the hotels we manage, identify and report trafficking activities. We cannot comment on any specifics regarding pending litigation.
The traffickers also traded the plaintiffs among each other, according to the lawsuits. None of the chains spoke to specific allegations.
Premieres Saturday at pm. Four young women who say they were sex trafficked are suing chains that own Atlanta-area hotels where, the women allege, they were not only forced to perform sex acts for money, but hotel staff helped their traffickers in exchange for a cut of the profits.
Copyright Cable News Network, Inc. All rights reserved. The lawsuits cite a study commissioned by the US Department of Justice that says Atlanta is one of the most profitable cities in the country for sex traffickers.
One one occasion, a trafficker beat a woman for six hours, videotaping much of it and leaving blood on the hotel room's walls, while the staff did nothing, the lawsuit alleges. The traffickers advertised the plaintiffs, at least two of them 15 and 16 years old at the time, and subjected them to "violent beatings, controlled and forced drug use, manipulation, threats, fraud and coercion," the lawsuits say.
By: CNN Newsource. In exchange for a slice of the money, hotel staff members would stand guard or warn the traffickers when police were on the premises and when guests complained, according to the lawsuits.
Rampant sex trafficking ignored at atlanta-area hotels: lawsuits
The chain will cooperate with law enforcement, but it cannot comment on the lawsuits, the statement said. Atlanta hotel employees helped sex traffickers avoid police, four plaintiffs allege in federal lawsuits.
Actions Facebook Tweet. That night, the victim's trafficker None of these people are going to help you. The hotel staff put up the "so that commercial sex acts cannot be accomplished quickly at the Smyrna Red Roof Inn without also paying for a room," according to the lawsuit.
The city ranks third in the country in terms of reports of human trafficking, according to Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms. Red Roof Inn issued a statement saying it "condemns, and has zero tolerance for, human trafficking and child exploitation" and expects its franchisees to comply with the law.
The other three chains released statements saying their hotels were operated by franchisees; Red Roof Inn and Wyndham Hotels and Resorts, which owns La Quinta but is not named in the prostitution, condemned human trafficking. Hotel staff are accused of ignoring s that should have tipped them off that the resorts were being trafficked, including that their traffickers had multiple rooms under one name, dozens of men visited alpharetta same rooms each day and there were an "extraordinary of used condoms" in the rooms' trashcans, the lawsuits said.
Atlanta hotel employees helped sex traffickers avoid police, four plaintiffs allege in federal lawsuits
The plaintiffs are seeking unspecified damages. In the case of the Red Roof Inn, someone purporting to be the manager responded to some negative reviews on TripAdvisor, the lawsuit says. The activity continued for years despite police stings, police and guest complaints to management and online reviews detailing the alleged drug and prostitution activity at the hotels, according to the lawsuit.
Atlanta officials have long complained about the sex trafficking industry.
The employee then told the trafficker that the victim had tried to get his help to escape. As the matter is subject to pending litigation, we're unable to comment further at this time," Wyndham's statement said. Choice Hotels, which owns Suburban Extended Stay, said only, "As a franchise business, all the hotels in our system are independently owned and operated.
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