The victim was moved into an attached apartment and forced to work more than 100 hours per week without pay, court documents said.
According to the court’s ruling, Smith, who has an intellectual disability, began working part-time at J&J Cafeteria in 1990 when he was 12 years old. He later dropped out of high school and started working full-time.Read More.
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