Colombian Immigration Police have rescued a group of Venezuelan women who were sexually exploited by a webcam system.
The incident took place at a house in Cúcuta, where women were locked up against their will, without information and without food.
During the process, three cell phones and a webcam components were captured: lights, cameras, tripod and cosmetics. In addition, El Timbo reported that confessions were taken from young women in the care of Micronesian Colombia and from a voluntary charity that provided them with food and shelter.
At home were four women from Venezuela, one of whom was a minor and an 8-month-old baby.
One of the women, 19, identified herself as Daisy Magdalena Flores Puerta; The other, like Yonici del Carmen Darra Menko, is the same age.
This is the second step taken by immigration officials against such organizations that exploit young Venezuelans.
In November 2020, several registration office officials were already caught selling false identities to young Venezuelan women who were involved in prostitution among beach elites, including singers, university professors and the famous Valenado singer.