Mum sold daughter, 14, as ‘priestess of love’ prostitute in rented Russian flat

A woman has been arrested on suspicion of pimping her daughter out as a prostitute.

The mum from Moscow, Russia, is understood to have branded the 14-year-old as a ‘priestess of love’ in a sick bid to attract customers in an online advert.

Believed to have initially taken place in 2019, the pimp would arrange meetups where sex acts would be performed in exchange for for money.

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The horrifying action is thought to have lasted at least three years, with the woman renting a new property in 2022 where her daughter is suspected of continuing to be sold for sex.

From the property, on Usievich Street, the mother is thought to have had money sent into her bank account by men who would exploit the young girl.

Criminal proceedings are understood to be underway against the woman, with law enforcement taking her in for enforcing prostitution.

The news comes just days after reports a Russian billionaire was robbed by prostitutes who got him drunk.

The 10 sex workers are understood to have made off with the equivalent of around £250k.

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The 45-year-old oligarch, named only by local media as Igor, is thought to have been made paralytic.

The man’s family are understood to have been out of the property when the theft happened, with Igor inviting two friends to his house to drink vodka.

After calling the women round to join them, Igor is believed to have then woken up the following morning to the cash, and other items, missing.

The cash, which Igor is said to have had with him for upcoming business moves, is reported to have been left lying around in the house before it was taken from the drunk man.

The man’s wife is now thought to have begun the process of divorcing him, with a criminal investigation ongoing.

If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.

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