A 'famous' DJ has been arrested after 39 women and girls were rescued from a notorious sex trafficking ring.
The victims, many of them teenagers, were threatened with black magic, forced into prostitution and kept in squalid cave-like houses, according to Europol.
Gang members forced the victims into sex work to pay off a £26,000 'travel' debt and were controlled with voodoo threats.
But 89 people - including a well-known Nigerian DJ who has not been yet been named - have now been arrested in what is one of the biggest trafficking busts in Europe, according to Europol.
The DJ allegedly helped move victims to Spain and organise sexual exploitation across the country.