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Australia Perth couple alleged to be 'key players' in illegal sex racket

11:16  14 february  2020
11:16  14 february  2020 Source:   watoday.com.au

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a person standing next to a car: The 25-year-old woman is led away by ABF officers.© ABF Media The 25-year-old woman is led away by ABF officers.

The Australian Border Force has swooped on a Perth couple alleged to be key players in a suspected sex racket.

A warrant was executed at the pair’s Balga home on Thursday, where officers found more than 500 SIM cards alleged to have been used to sell sexual services which involved the exploitation of foreign workers.

A 25-year-old woman and her 26-year-old partner were both arrested during the investigation and the ABF later confirmed the Malaysian couple would be placed in an immigration detention centre.

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Neither had a valid visa, and acting ABF field operations commander Sally McAuliffe said both would face deportation from Australia.

“We encourage individuals who are being exploited, regardless of visa status, to come forward and provide the ABF with information so we can identify and take action against those involved in these practices,” she said.

a person sitting on a table: A 26-year-old man was interviewed, and detained by ABF.© ABF Media A 26-year-old man was interviewed, and detained by ABF.

It is the second alleged sex racket busted by police in four months, with police detaining two Chinese nationals over a similar suspected network in November last year.

Officers found more than 100 mobile phones they believe were connected with sex workers at a Maylands property and initial investigations revealed the home was being used as a call centre.

The 44-year-old woman at the address was allegedly a controlling agent within the industry, which operated on a national scale.

At the time, ABF field operations commander James Copeman said while the exploitation of any illegal worker was unacceptable, it was “particularly disturbing” when it came to the sex industry.

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