Singaporean bar owner and his Filipina girlfriend arrested in Cebu for recruiting Filipino women to work as prostitutes in Singapore

Inquirer News, 19 Nov 2013
A Singaporean businessman and two Filipinas face human trafficking charges after they allegedly recruited a Cebu-based model to work as a prostitute abroad.
Robin James Chua, his girlfriend Fraulline May Soria, and her aunt Lurlie are accused of violating Republic Act 9208 or the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003 and Republic Act 8042 or the Migrant Workers and Overseas Filipinos Act of 1996.
In her affidavit, the victim said Fraulline and Chua recruited her to travel to Singapore and work as an entertainer in a bar owned by Chua.
“Fraulline May Soria and Robin James Chua assured me that I will earn a weekly commission of P20,000,” the victim said.
When she asked if part of her job is to be taken out by customers, the victim was told that she “may choose to have sex with customers who will become her boyfriend.”
On Oct. 12, 2013, Lurlie, Fraulline’s aunt gave her a plane ticket, pocket money and travel instructions
She was also informed that she will travel on a tourist passport to Singapore. Full story