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Leyla Asherova reportedly arrived in Moscow at the age of 16 and had her passport taken away immediately. Two weeks ago anti-people-trafficking activists found 11 people who were apparently being kept as slaves in a mini market in Moscow.

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A married couple suspected of holding three women as slaves for more than 30 years are former Maoist activists Aravindan Balakrishnan and his wife Chanda, the BBC understands.

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see also: wikipedia:Human trafficking in the United States

Nena Ruiz (from Philippines)

She thought she was coming to Los Angeles to care for an elderly woman. Instead, she says, she ended up working in the home of then Sony Executive Jud Jackson (ph) and his wife, Beth, whom she was to address as Sir Jud (ph) and Ma'am Beth.
An indictment unsealed in Hawaii on Thursday accuses employees of a California-based company of luring about 400 people from Thailand with false promises of lucrative jobs. Many of the imported workers wound up laboring on farms under substandard conditions, had their passports confiscated, and were threatened with deportation.
Four of those charged worked for labor recruiting firm Global Horizons Manpower Inc., based in Beverly Hills, California.

Evelyn Chumbow (from Cambodia), 2011

Ho Hsiao Feng - "Isabel" (from Taiwan), 2011

The Chinese woman from Woodbury, july 2016

A Woodbury resident beat, starved and forced a servant she brought from China to work for up to 18 hours a day for almost no pay, according to a criminal complaint filed Friday in Washington County District Court.
The complaint charged Lili Huang, 35, with five different felonies including labor trafficking, false imprisonment, second- and third-degree assault and unlawfully taking another person’s passport.