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District Judge Miranda Du in Reno said in her Tuesday ruling that she empathized with three women who claim they were victims of sexual violence in Nevada and other places. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco. The Associated Press generally does not name people who say they have been victims of sexual assault, but Guinasso said the women consented to be named in the lawsuit and news reports.
State officials currently oversee 21 legal bordellos in seven counties. Brothel owners argue that state regulation and mandatory health screenings make the women they hire safer than those involved in illegal prostitution.
Charleston heads a group in Colleyville, Texas, that works to eradicate sexual exploitation. She has said she was a homeless runaway living on the streets when a boyfriend forced her into prostitution. She said she was traded to a sex trafficker who forced her to work at a brothel in Lyon County east of Carson City. The other two women were added to the lawsuit as plaintiffs in March.
Their hometowns were not listed in court filings, which named Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak and the Nevada Legislature as defendants. Nevada state Attorney General Aaron Ford, representing the governor and Legislature, declined to comment about the dismissal.
US judge dismisses case against legal brothels in Nevada. File - In this Oct. A federal judge in Nevada has dismissed a lawsuit that invoked sex trafficking laws in a bid to close the nation's only legal brothels. The women live in Texas, and the judge says she's not convinced the profound harm they say they suffered was due to Nevada prostitution laws.