Two Hungarian Men were Convicted of Gay Sex Slavery

Two Hungarian Men Have Been Convicted of Leading a Gay Sex Slavery Ring in Miami and NYC

Two Hungarian men, Gabor Acs and Viktor Berki, were convicted of tricking young gay men into sex slavery in New York and Miami.

The Miami Herald reports that the two men met two of their victims through the website GayRomeo.com, while another victim was “‘living with gypsies’ as a prostitute” and met Acs through Facebook.

The guys’ scam was to fly their victims to New York City, promising what sounded like a legal business in the United States. But the men were actually forced to live in horribly small conditions while performing sex acts on Acs and Berki, sometimes with other men, sometimes live on camera for the web.

They were reportedly given little food and were threatened with violence if they tried to leave.

Acs and Berki could be sentenced to over 200 years in prison.

(Header image via Imagens Evangélicas)