A former emergency room doctor from Ohio was sentenced to 22 years in prison for sex trafficking six girls.
The doctor, Aiad-Toss, lured these girls in through the social media application Snapchat. Aiad-Toss promised these girls money, clothes, and other valuables in exchange for sexual favors.
From The Daily Caller:
A former emergency room doctor in Ohio was sentenced to 22 years in prison Thursday for sex trafficking six underage girls, who he lured through the messaging app Snapchat, the Justice Department announced.
Albert Aiad-Toss, 53, pleaded guilty in February to three counts of sex trafficking of a minor under the age of 14, three counts of sex trafficking of a minor under the age of 18, and one count of production of child pornography, Clevelend.com reported. He was sentenced to 22 years in prison, a $50,000 fine and a special assessment of $40,800, according to the Justice Department statement.
The case is the Northern District of Ohio’s largest juvenile sex trafficking prosecution, according to the statement.
Over the course of nearly the entire month of June 2019, Aiad-Toss used Snapchat to lure six minor female victims between the ages of 12 and 15 to have sex with him in exchange for money, alcohol, new clothes, and other valuable items, according to the Justice Department.
Aiad-Toss was an emergency room doctor at St. Elizabeth hospital in Boardman, Ohio but according to local media was not actually employed by the hospital but by another company.