Three women in Palm Springs, California, have spoken out after being sexually assaulted by an escorting company.
“I feel like I have no control,” the women said.
“When I told them I was going to go, they threatened to kill me if I didn’t come back.”
The women said they were hired by a company called “Palm Springs Escorts”, which is based in the suburb of Palm Springs.
The company has a contract with the city of Palm Beach, which is home to Palm Springs’ main airport.
The women were taken to a room and had sex with a number of men, one of whom threatened to shoot them if they reported what happened.
They said they then had a drink with another escort, who gave them pills, according to The Palm Beach Post.
The women were then transported to an apartment, where they were assaulted by four men.
One of the women, whom The Post called “PJ”, said she was raped while intoxicated.
“All the while they were raping me,” she told the newspaper.
“They were saying, ‘We need you, we need you to come back’.
I’m just scared to come home’The women spoke to the newspaper after police were called to the apartment. “
It was like a nightmare.”‘
I’m just scared to come home’The women spoke to the newspaper after police were called to the apartment.
Police said they had no information about the incident and declined to release details.
The Palm Beach Sun newspaper said it had been contacted by a Palm Springs resident who said she had been in the same apartment with the four men on the night of the assault.
The men were identified by police as: Joshua Scott, 34, who was charged with sexual battery; Tyler Harker, 21, who pleaded not guilty to sexual battery and kidnapping; and Joshua Hogg, 26, who also pleaded not, not guilty and no contest to kidnapping and sexual battery.
Police said the four victims are from the Philippines, although police could not confirm if the women were victims of a human trafficking case.
“This is not a human trafficking case,” Palm Beach police Lt.
Joe Baca said.