Self Proclaimed Pimp Indicted For Sex Trafficking Teens

Self Proclaimed Pimp Indicted For Sex Trafficking Teens

A Memphis man who brags about being a pimp and calls himself "Mr. Money" is now in jail.
MEMPHIS, TN (abc24.com) - A Memphis man who brags about being a pimp and calls himself "Mr. Money" is now in jail. Osbie Antonio Sea was indicted by the U.S. Attorney's Office on child sex trafficking charges.

Investigators say he found his young victims online and by passing out flyers at the Kmart in Raleigh. Mr. Money is no stranger to the law; he’s been charged with theft, drugs, aggravated assault, and now child sex trafficking.

Less then a week ago Sea posted on his Facebook page "pimping is looking up", until a criminal complaint was filed on April 18th from one of his victims, a 14-year-old girl. According to the complaint, he passed out flyers of his pimping business outside a Raleigh Kmart and gave her one. Shoppers we spoke with were shocked and disgusted.

“I don't know what people are thinking,” said shopper Robyn Savage, who's also the mother of a 3-year-old. “Not only that it's scary but it's sad."

"I wouldn't know what to do really but I'd be very devastated if it happened to one of my girls,” said another shopper and mother, Lisa Peeler.

According to police, when the 14-year-old ran away from home she called Osbie or "Mr. Money" and he brought her to a hotel, Extended Stay America on Poplar near Kirby.

Investigators say Sea knew the girl was underage but still told her to pose for erotic pictures. They say he posted them on the internet site "Backpage" in March. Then she had sex with two people and Sea, her pimp, took all the money. Now this "pimp daddy" may be facing 15 years to life in prison.

Last week, Memphis police went to his apartment after officers say Sea punched the mother of his baby. They say the couple got into a heated argument and he then grabbed his 4-month old and began choking the baby. He was charged with three counts of aggravated assault and is expected to be in court on these charges on May 1st.
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