Former Spurs Player Arrested For Child Sexual Assault, Trafficking

February 28, 2010

Arkansas (ChattahBox) – Alvin Robertson, a former player for the Spurs, has been arrested on human trafficking and child sex charges.

Robertson is one of seven people so far in custody for a sex trafficking case involving a minor.

The case is a shocking one, with a 14-year-old girl who was allegedly kidnapped by the seven, transported out of the Texas county she disappeared from, and forced to work as a dancer and prostitute.

It is also alleged that she performed several sex acts on Robertson and the others.

“I think they took the girl to his home,” Bexar County Sheriff Amadeo Ortiz explained.

“That’s how he got involved.”

His girlfriend, Racquel McIntosh, is also charged in helping with the imprisonment, and in viewing sexual performances by the child.

Murtuza Bhavnagerwala, Bezad Mehrinfar, Jack August Zimmerle, Marquez Abdul Callaway, and Leslie Roy Campbell have also been named as those charged.

Robertson has a long history of crime, including several assault charged spanning back to the mid-90’s.



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