Ann Forst walks into county jail after being charged for operating a prostitution ring, Los Angeles, 1940
- Ann Forst walks into county jail after being charged for operating a prostitution ring, Los Angeles, 1940
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- April 23, 1940
- Los Angeles Daily News
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- Ann Forst walks into the Los Angeles county jail covering her face. Forst was indicted for operating a forced prostitution ring that covered 11 states including California, Arizona, Washington, and Nevada. The FBI estimated that more than 200 women were victims of the "white slave ring", as termed by the press.
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