Katy Couple Accused of Enslaving Nanny

“In this case in particular, she was promised $100 that she would receive on a monthly basis, and actually she was enslaved and not given food to eat,” said Timeka Walker, the Executive Director of Operations for United Against Human Trafficking.

The 38-year-old Nigerian nanny filed a criminal complaint that accused Chudy and Sandra Nsobundu of making her sleep on the floor, forbidding her to use hot water to bathe, and only permitting her to eat leftovers.

“One of the more pervasive forms of labor trafficking in our city is domestic servitude,” said Walker. “A nanny, a maid, someone you know who is living right next door to you, who think is there of their own free will, who are actually being forced to do the work that they are doing.” Continue reading.

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