Sunday, July 17, 2016

Woman brought to U.S. from China as a nanny ‘was beaten, starved, treated like a slave


A Minnesota mother beat, starved and held a woman she brought from China to work as a nanny in a state of ‘slavery,’ forcing her to work up to 18 hours a day on little pay, a criminal complaint said.

Lili Huang (picture), 35, of Woodbury is charged in Washington County with five felony counts, including labor trafficking, false imprisonment, assault and unlawfully taking another person’s passport.

The 58-year-old nanny, who is not named in the complaint, arrived in the U.S. on a visa in late March and was held in a state of ‘slavery or indentured servitude’ at a house in the 9700 block of Wellington Lane, a prosecutor said. More

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