Jacksonville, FL - A Jacksonville man will spend 24 years in federal prison for forcing four women in to commercial sex acts.
According to court records, 32-year-old Narada Randolph pled guilty late last year, but only now received that sentence. He’s accused of using physical violence against four women from late 2007 to mid-2011 to force them in to the sex trafficking industry. In addition, between July 2008 and March 2010 he transported two of those women from Florida to Washington DC, Indiana and Georgia to force them to engage in commercial sex acts.
The plea deal obtained by WOKV shows Randall would physically and verbally abuse the women, hitting them with a belt, a shoe, a lamp and even a coffee pot. The beatings were prompted by triggers ranging from a client canceling a date to missing a phone call to a client not wanting to engage in sex because of how bruised the woman was.
Randolph would also threaten to kill the women’s family.
During a trip to Miami, the plea deal says Randolph repeatedly slammed one of his victims’ head against the car window because she didn’t get paid after being with a client.
This same victim fled from Randolph twice in 2009, but the US Attorney’s Office says she was “convinced” to return when Randal offered to pay for her to go back to school. She ultimately fled for good in 2010 following a “severe beating”. The plea deal says a wealthy client had given the victim a plane ticket and $500 which she used to leave.