Louisiana Woman Sentenced for Child Sex Trafficking - Update
A Lafayette woman originally charged with child sex trafficking, aggravated rape of a juvenile and aggravated incest with two juveniles pleaded down her charges.Anderson was sentenced to five years at hard labor for child sex trafficking and child molestation.
Lorrie A. Anderson, 50, Lafayette, pleaded no contest in Lafayette Parish court. She is accused of trafficking a 12-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy in Lafayette Parish between 2009 and 2011.
Louisiana Woman Accused of Child Sex Trafficking
[Previous 7/27/13 post]
(Lafayette, Louisiana) A 48-year-old local woman, Lorrie Anderson, has been accused of child sex trafficking.
Anderson faces counts of aggravated rape, aggravated incest and child sex trafficking.
About two weeks ago, Detectives in the Lafayette Field Office received a complaint which indicated that 48-year-old Lorrie Anderson of Lafayette was engaging in sexual activity with more than one child relative.Anderson was booked into custody at the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center.
During their investigation, Detectives learned that on more than one occasion Anderson brought at least one child to a location in Lafayette Parish for the purpose of financial gain through child sexual acts.