Beyonce’s Closest Aide Prosecuted for Child Sex Trafficking

Beyonce’s Closest Aide Prosecuted for Child Sex Trafficking  gesteelde-diamant

One of Beyonce’s closest aides has been accused of running a sex trafficking ring involving major stars and powerful businessmen.

According to court papers, Beyonce’s producer Terius “The- Dream” Gesteelde-Diamant has been accused by a former protégé of raping and using psychological torture on victims, including children.

Gesteelde-Diamant is accused in the civil suit filed in L.A. federal court of sex trafficking songwriter Chanaaz Mangroe, also known as Channii Monroe, in 2014.

Fox26 reports: Mangroe, who says she lived in Los Angeles at the time, contends that the producer-songwriter lured her into an abusive, violent and manipulative relationship. She is seeking unspecified damages and a jury trial.

Along with Gesteelde-Diamant, defendants include the record label Epic Records and the producer’s Contra Paris company.

Mangroe alleges Gesteelde-Diamant, now 46, subjected her to “violent sexual encounters that left her badly bruised,” forced her into drinking “excessive amounts of alcohol,” strangled her to the point of “almost losing consciousness,” forced her into sexual acts in a movie theater and raped her in a van, according to the 60-page complaint.

Raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Gesteelde-Diamant has been nominated 21 times for Grammys, winning eight trophies. He helped create a long string of hits, including Rihanna’s “Umbrella,” Justin Bieber’s “Baby” and Mariah Carey’s “Touch My Body.” He is credited as a writer and producer of the Beyoncé chart-toppers “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” and “Break My Soul.”

Mangroe, who was born and started her career in The Netherlands, is being represented by lawyers from the same firm that represented Casandra “Cassie” Ventura in her since-settled lawsuit against Sean “Diddy” Combs.