They were moved from hotel room to hotel room, often in Braintree and Randolph, and told to post online ads offering sexual service in barely coded language. If they refused to do it, they were berated and told they would no longer be given the heroin and cocaine they’d become addicted to.
Prosecutors say a Randolph man named Marvin Pompilus trafficked the women across three counties over the course of two years, taking the money they earned on their “dates” and giving them drugs instead. When some of the women were arrested, police say, Pompilus pressured others to take their place.

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