Houston Rapper Yung Corleon Hit With 27 Yrs In Prison For Sex Trafficking Charge

Reports have confirmed that Houston rapper Yung Corleon has been sentenced to 27 years behind bats for his role in a sex trafficking ring that involved twelve women, including minors.

Corleon, whose real name is Aryion Jackson, plead guilty in a federal court to sex trafficking minors, forced fraud and coercion. Prosecutors allege that Corleon beat and drugged his “captives”, including a 15-year-old that is currently still missing. He ran his business from a Houston home, forcing the women to earn him $1K a day.

The cause behind the 24-year-old’s 27-year sentence has been a topic of controversy in Houston, as many locals pushed for the defendant to get life behind bars rather than the bare minimum for the alleged crimes.