- 13 victims including 9 minors – one is 4 years old – were rescued in separate cybersex dens in Tacloban and Biliran
- The suspects and the victims are said to be relatives
13 victims, including 9 minors – one is only 4-years old – were recently rescued from cybersex trafficking in separate operations in Tacloban City and Biliran.
The raids were enacted through the leadership of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) operatives after they received intel from the United Kingdom that there were offers of pornographic videos sent from a cybersex den in Tacloban.
A******d in a house somewhere in Tacloban was the main target of the operation, together with her live-in partner and cousin.
The NBI also raided a house in Biliran which was also reported to be a cybersex den operated by those from Tacloban.
Turns out from the investigation that the suspects and the victims are relatives; coming from only one clan.
The victims were reportedly paid P5,000 per online show.
Confiscated from the operations were laptops and computers with webcams and will be used as evidence.
The suspects are facing charges for human trafficking, child a***e, and cybercrime.
The victims are currently undergoing counseling provided by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).