663J-3 Cause of action for coercion into prostitution or sex trafficking. An individual has a cause of action against a person who:

(1) Coerced the individual into prostitution or to remain in prostitution, or subjected the individual to sex trafficking;

(2) Used coercion to collect or receive any of the individual's earnings derived from prostitution or from being the subject of sex trafficking; or

(3) Hired, or attempted to hire the individual to engage in prostitution, when a reasonable person would believe that the individual was coerced into prostitution by another person or was being subjected to sex trafficking. [L 1999, c 203, pt of 2; am L 2016, c 206, 5]



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