Flushing Woman Accused of Keeping Two Korean Children As Slaves

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According to DA Richard Brown, A Flushing woman allegedly held two Korean children in her house as slaves for the past six years.

“The defendant lives on a quiet, tree-lined Queens street with neat brick veneer homes that offered no clues to the horrors that she allegedly made her two young victims endure beginning when they were nine and eleven in age,” said District Attorney Brown

She has been forcing them to do housework, give her massages, and work until 2 a.m. each night before going to sleep on the floor, the Queens District Attorney reported.

Park has been charged with labor trafficking, third-degree assault, and endangering the welfare of a child.

Over the six years the siblings were in Park’s captivity, they were regularly subject to physical abuse, according to the DA’s report:

Park routinely beat them by striking them with objects, slapping them, stepping on their legs and kicking them about the body for not obeying her orders, causing them to fear her…. In November 2015, Park allegedly scratched the female victim about the legs with a nail clipper, causing scratches and substantial pain, because the manicure and pedicure that the victim was giving her were not up to her standards.Two months later, on January 4, 2016, Park alleged became angry with the female victim and began kicking her on her leg, causing swelling and substantial pain, and the following day, Park became angry with her and cut off her hair and kicked her in the head, causing swelling and substantial pain.



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