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PLEASE HELP US TO LOCATE JESSIE.
This is direct appeal to all media outlets in Las Vegas, Nevada to please help us to raise awareness to the disappearance (suspected human trafficking victim) of missing Jessica Foster, also known as Jessie by friends and family.
Jessica Foster, 25, vanished from North Las Vegas, NV between March 28 th and April 3 rd , 2006. When Jessica was last seen, she was at 1009 Cornerstone Place with her then boyfriend, Peter Todd. Peter is a pimp and has a prior conviction for spousal assault.
Prior to Jessica’s disappearance, she traveled to Nevada, New York and Florida with Donald Vaz. She was also recruited in Calgary by Ivonne Hubrechtsen to work in Las Vegas.
At the time of Jessica’s disappearance, she had BLOND hair (which could now be colored) and it could be straight or curly, Jessica has HAZEL eyes, is about 5′ 6” to 5′ 7”, and she weighed about 115 pounds.
When Jessica went missing, it was confirmed that she may have fallen victim to an internationally-run human trafficking ring. At the time of Jessica’s disappearance she was 21 years old.
We are asking for anyone who has any information about Jessica’s disappearance or whereabouts to please contact one of the following:
Jessica’s official websites:
Nightmare in Vegas The Missing.
Nightmare in Vegas The Missing.
Ex-prostitutes walk tough road to economic freedom amid recession.
Some prostitutes bear a mark that makes it tough to find other work in any type of economy.
It’s hard to explain away a 30-year gap in your resume, harder still to explain an arrest record.
A soaring unemployment rate — now at 13 percent in Nevada — makes it difficult for anyone to find a job.
For someone such as Nicole, it was nearly impossible.
The 49-year-old is a part-time worker at a postal annex near Reno who spent more than three decades selling her body on Las Vegas streets, in Northern Nevada brothels and elsewhere.
Nicole and other former prostitutes interviewed for this story asked not to be identified by their full names.
Bert, who is Nicole’s boss and asked his name not be used to protect her identity, said 60 others, mostly college and high school students, applied for the cashier job. But it was Nicole’s brutal honesty on her application about the time she spent as a prostitute that made her stand out.
“She had no fear of telling the truth,” he said. “I felt there were too many people with similar circumstances who never got their feet off the ground. I thought, ‘Well, hell, I’ll give her a chance.’”
Bert interviewed Nicole three times before giving her the position. He made it very clear there would be zero tolerance for stealing or drugs.
“If nobody gives these gals a chance, they’ll fail,” he said. “They’re on welfare and on the street.”
When hiring in an economic downtime, it is crucial to make the correct decision the first time, Bert added.
“Rolling into the first part of the recession there was more supply than demand,” he said. “I could get someone younger with a better background, but she’s done well. She appreciates working, dresses right, and I couldn’t ask for any more than that. She gets along with my clientele.”
Nicole was a 15-year-old runaway in Colorado who befriended a stranger for a place to crash. The man traded her to a pimp for $2,000 in crystal methamphetamine. As a young prostitute she was violently raped. As an adult, she lacked financial credit because she never held a legitimate job and eventually lost her children because of her 19-year meth addiction.
Nicole left the life behind in September after being cited by police for prostitution, only one of the more than 20 arrests on her record. After that she sought help from A Scarlet Covering, a Reno-based nonprofit organization dedicated to getting people out of the sex industry.
“I’m scared to death to fail,” Nicole said. “That’s what it boils down to, that I won’t be able to get a full-time job, that I won’t be able to learn skills because of my age because I don’t remember things like I used to. I get tired physically because of things I did to myself and things people did to me.”
Now, she helps take care of a friend’s elderly father for room and board. That, combined with her $300 weekly income, makes her feel respected, she said.
“I never thought I’d be 49 years old and still prostituting,” Nicole said. “I’m like a baby, I have no idea how to do it, how to live life.”
Nicole said she wants to work in drug counseling or help with runaways and is searching for a way to make that happen.
Sharnel Silvey, former madam of the Mustang Ranch outside Reno, founded A Scarlet Covering to help women like Nicole.
“We’re peeling back the layers of the lifestyle,” Silvey said. “We deal with their hearts, minds and souls. We get them skills for a resume, things they’ve never been offered. Right now we’re getting our ducks in a row and helping them to heal.
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