Woman Sues Police Department for ‘Failing to Stop Officers From Sexually Trafficking Her’

A woman is suing a US police department for failing to stop several officers using her as a sex “slave”.

Jasmine Abuslin, who also goes by the name of Celeste Guap, filed a lawsuit naming Allwyn Brown, the current Richmond police chief, former Chief Chris Magnus and Lt Brian Dickerson.

Ms Abuslin’s lawyer, John Burris, says they failed to supervise and stop the sexual misconduct of at least five Richmond police officers.

“This is terribly outrageous,” Mr Burris told Courthouse News.

“They took advantage of a vulnerable young person. 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.”

In the lawsuit, Ms Abuslin says she was available to the Richmond Police Department “for sexual favours and pleasure in exchange for paid monies, protection, or other forms of consideration.”

The court document condemns the alleged cover up of this “modern-day slavery” and accuses the officers of turning a blind eye to the plight of Ms Abuslin when she was a minor.

All of the officer defendants and the city of Richmond are also accused of conspiring to obstruct justice through witness tampering.

Mr Burris said there were plans to sue the Alameda County Sherriff’s Office, the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Department, the Livermore Police Department.

Now 19, Ms Abuslin has been the victim of sexual exploitation since the age of 12, according to ABC news.

The allegations first surfaced in 2015 when an Oakland police officer, Brendan O’Brien killed himself. Ms Abuslin had threatened to reveal they were in a sexual relationship when she was 17. In California, the age of consent is 18. O’Brien left behind a note admitting his involvement with Ms Abuslin and implicating several other officers.

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  • Janiceklm

    I have some friends that know her and she did this on her own and set this path up for herself. Her mom is dispatch at OPD and she purposefully chose and used these officers as a form of protection so she can sell drugs and get a few bucks for sucking some dick. She would get a heads up from her police buddies where she can conduct her “business” bs with no complications. Then when the officers kills himself she decides to come forward and say she was a sex slave. Up until this incident her Facebook and instagram posts were blatantly bragging abut how she really “fucks the police” I love your website and have been around weekly visitor for years but this little succubus did this to herself and instead of getting in trouble for these jasty relationships she held, she’s calling it sex traffic and trying to get a lifetimes worth of payment for this. It’s complete shit.