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Disney employees arrested in Florida for human trafficking

detectives in polk county, Floridasay dozens have been arrested during an operation focused on human trafficking, prostitution and child thieves.

Dubbed Operation March Sadness 2, the six-day undercover operation began March 8 and resulted in 108 arrests, according to a sheriff’s office press release. Four are suspects Disney employees, the sheriff’s office said

“Xavier Jackson, 27, worked as a lifeguard at the Polynesian Resort for Walt Disney. Judd said Jackson sent inappropriate photos of himself and messages to an undercover detective pretending to be a 14-year-old girl. He was charged with triple transmission of harmful material to a minor and unlawful communication,” reports CBS News.

“The three others allegedly attempting to recruit a prostitute were identified by Judd as Wilkason Fidele, 24, who worked at the Cosmic Restaurant in Walt Disney World’s Tomorrowland for four years; Shubham Malave, 27, who has Visa citizenship from India and has worked as a software developer for Disney; and Ralph Leese, 45, who worked in IT for Disney for nearly four years,” the report said.

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108 people were arrested in a stabbing targeting human trafficking, prostitution and child abductors in Polk County, Florida.
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Undercover cops communicated with the suspects online and set up a meeting at a location where they were arrested upon arrival.

A couple traveled all the way to Bradenton to get $1,000 for sex FOX 35 Orlando reports.

“Just to arrest one human trafficker and four child kidnappers makes this whole operation worthwhile,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said during one press conference The Wednesday. “Where there is prostitution, there is exploitation, disease, dysfunction and broken families.”

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Four suspects are Disney employees.
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