San Bernardino Woman Pleads Guilty for Sex Trafficking Teen Girl

San Bernardino Woman Pleads Guilty for Sex Trafficking Teen Girl

SAN BERNARDINO – A 27-year-old San Bernardino woman is facing a minimum of 10 years in prison for sex trafficking a minor, officials said. Christina Ann Traylor, also known as Christina Ann Owens, pleaded guilty recruiting a minor for commercial sex work.

The complaint indicated that Traylor did not act alone, officials say that her boyfriend recruited the 16-year-old female victim from Virginia. The minor was used to perform sex acts in the Cities of Harrisonburg and Craigsville, Virginia.

The couple drove the minor to New Orleans, Louisiana where sex trafficking of the minor continued. Eventually the minor refused to prostitute causing Traylor to assault her. Traylor then drove the minor to San Bernardino, California where again the minor was forced into street prostitution. Law enforcement made contact with the minor and subsequently transported her back to Virginia.  

Traylor is set to be sentenced on December 2, 2016, and is facing anywhere from 10 years to life in prison when sentenced. It is unclear what charges Traylor’s boyfriend faces or if he has been convicted at this time. 

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