A Georgia man is accused of human trafficking and false imprisonment after police say they found eight women living with him in an upscale home in north Atlanta — with one of the women claiming she was threatened and held against her will.
That woman — who said she’d traveled from Orlando, Florida, and turned 20 in November — called 911 on Tuesday morning from inside the home, leading to the man’s arrest.
“I’m in a very bad situation and I need to get out,” the woman said in audio of the call, which was obtained by PEOPLE.
Police say Kenndric Roberts, 33, was arrested at the scene later Tuesday, at a luxury home in Sandy Springs, Georgia. Sources say the house costs almost a million dollars.
Roberts remains behind bars at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, without bond, on two counts each of trafficking a person for labor and false imprisonment, according to jail records.
Officials say he waived his initial court appearance on Thursday morning.
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