A man from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, has been convicted of sex trafficking high school girls.
Germaine Coulter Sr., 46, was convicted of child sex trafficking and conspiracy to commit child sex trafficking. The man would allegedly recruit females under the age of 18 to perform commercial sex work. Coulter told one girl she needed to make $1,000 per day, all of which would go to him, and, if she was successful, he would buy her a car, get her an apartment, and get her business cards after she turned 18.
Working with co-conspirator Elizabeth Andrade, 36, Coulter sent photos of one underage girl to prospective customers. At sentencing, Coulter faces up to life imprisonment on the conspiracy conviction. In addition to leading to potential life imprisonment, the second count also triggers a mandatory minimum sentence of ten years.