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The teenage prostitute at the heart of a police sex scandal that rocked the Oakland police force has sued a second police department in California. Jasmin Abuslin, now 19, filed a lawsuit against Richmond, California on Thursday, claiming that officers on the city's police force traded police protection for sex while she was underage. The new lawsuit accuses six Richmond police officers of sexually trafficking her, and claims that current Police Chief Allwyn Brown and former Police Chief Chris Magnus failed to put a stop to the alleged malfeasance on the force.
Abuslin, who worked as a child prostitute under the name Celeste Guap, was an 'exclusively department retained sex worker' for the officers, 'available to them for sexual favors and pleasure in exchange for paid monies, protection, or other forms of consideration,' according to the complaint reported by Courthouse News.
Girls like this are always suffering from some psychological deficit of some kind. Instead of acknowledging that and getting her help, they took advantage of her vulnerabilities. That's the most negative and damning aspect of this. Eleven Richmond officers were identified for discipline after the scandal in Oakland went public.
Of those 11, one officer was recommended for termination, one for demotion, two for suspensions of 80 hours and hours, and five to receive letters of reprimand, according to the complaint. The scandal came to light in September when an Oakland police officer committed suicide and left a note implicating several of his fellow officers. Neither man is accused of participating in sex acts with the former child prostitute. Abuslin's new lawsuit accuses six Richmond police officers of sexually trafficking her.
The shocking allegations have prompted the firing of several officers from different law enforcement agencies across the Bay Area. Abuslin identified herself last year after the suicide of one of the Oakland officers involved. She claimed to have slept with dozens of the men across the city and said some even encouraged her to keep working on the streets. Abuslin said one Oakland officer tried to act as her pimp, renting her out a hotel room and telling her what to wear to find clients.