Bridgeport ‘Modeling Agent’ Charged With Pimping Teen
Brandon "Boots" Williams, the owner of Beauty Boots Modeling has been accused of kidnapping a teenaged girl and then forcing her to having sex with more than 50 men.
He was charged with human trafficking, first degree reckless endangerment, promoting prostitution, and second degree assault, according to the News-Times.
He's currently in jail in lieu of $250,000 bond.
The 17-year-old teenaged girl was rescued from an area motel and told police while she was walking home, she was forced into a car and was pistol whipped. She also said that Williams injected her with heroin against her will, tattooed a dollar sign and "14K" on her face, and forcibly drove her to strip clubs in Bridgeport and New York and then forced her to perform.
The teen said she was then taken to a motel, and for two weeks was forced to have sex with a number of men who paid Williams $60 a piece, authorities said.
As the girl sobbed uncontrollably, the News-Times said she told police, "He just gave me drugs, drugs, and drugs! I feel so ugly, I don't feel beautiful anymore. I feel so nasty!"
At one point a police officer tried to take her cell phone away. She continued to clutch it while yelling, "I worked hard to get that phone" explaining that one of the men she had sex with had given it to her.