The colombian fugitive VIVIANA, offered the victims, all of them young girls, to bring them to Spain in exchange for 1500 euros, an amount that they would have to pay back by working as prostitutes in a flat run by her. VIVIANA didn’t specified the conditions under which they would carry out this activity.
For the trip to Spain,VIVIANA told the victims to contact a man in the city of Pereira (Colombia) who would provide them with airline tickets, hotel reservations and fraudulent documentation to pretend that the reason for the trip to Spain was for work as well as to prove financial means at the border control. Another Colombian man, who worked for Viviana, waited for the victims in the car park of Barajas (Madrid) to take them to the flat located in a ground floor left in Elche which was managed by Viviana, where they were to work as prostitutes.
VIVIANA withdrew the 1000 euros given to the victims to cross the border and informed them that her debt amounted to 3000 euros as the plane tickets were more expensive. The conditions under which the victims had to work as prostitutes were very abusive, having to be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, without the right to any rest. They could only leave the flat for one hour a day to carry out personal errands, but if a client called her, she had to return to the flat.They shared a room with other women (also in an irregular situation in Spain) where they performed sexual services.
VIVIANA was in charge of the prostitution activities but she also provided cocaine to the flat in order to sell among the clients.
Taking into account all the crimes she has allegedly commited the fugitive may be facing over 30 years imprisonment.