Sold for Sex Since Age 4, Woman Sues Dallas-Area Hotels She Says Looked the Other Way

The woman was trafficked until she was 26, according to a federal lawsuit filed against three chains

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A Tarrant County woman is accusing three hotel companies of failing to intervene while she was a victim of sex trafficking at multiple Dallas-Fort Worth hotels for more than two decades.

The woman filed a federal lawsuit this week against Best Western International, Hyatt Hotels and Red Lion, the parent companies of at least three hotels where she was trafficked beginning at age 4.

In a statement, a representative from Hyatt said the company does not comment on pending litigation.

Read more from NBC 5's media partner The Dallas Morning News.

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