At the National Center on Sexual Exploitation Law Center, we are passionate about championing the rights of survivors.
As we work to bring important cases like these to the judicial system, we hope to be a part of helping survivors find a measure of justice. We also strive to bring cases that will help shape and set precedents which will make the world a better and safer place.
A class action lawsuit was filed against XVideos and its parent company, WebGroup Czech Republic (WGCZ), for trafficking Jane Doe, a victim of child sexual abuse material (child pornography) and sex trafficking.
John Doe v. Twitter
This case alleges that Twitter violated the federal sex trafficking statute, 18 U.S.C. §§ 1591, et seq., failed to report child sexual abuse material, 18 U.S.C. § 2258A, and received and distributed child pornography, 18 U.S.C. § 2252A. Read the full complaint here.
Does 1-9 v. Murphy et al
This case alleges that women on a college field hockey team were preyed upon by a man who secretly filmed them showering and changing in a locker room. That footage was uploaded to XHamster and Pornhub. Read the full complaint here.
The State of Nevada
Angela Williams and Jane Doe were sex trafficked due to Nevada’s system of legalized prostitution and are now seeking to hold the state of Nevada responsible for protecting the commercial sex trade and enabling sex slavery. Learn More.
Wyndham Hotel Group
National Center on Sexual Exploitation has sued Wyndham Hotels, Super 8, Motel 6 for profiting from child sex trafficking. NCOSE also named Wyndham as one of their Dirty Dozen List entities in 2020. Read more about it here.
Jane Doe v. Cissy Steele
NCOSE Law Center files first ever anti-trafficking lawsuit against pornography producers on behalf of a survivor. Cissy Steele was using the internet to disguise herself as a talent agent from Royal Loyalty Management who was looking for models and actresses when she came across Jane Doe. Read the story here.
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