Collier County officials accused of running child prostitution ring out of Naples Airport
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla.– The mayor of Naples has accused some Collier County officials of operating a child prostitution ring out of the Naples Airport, according to a city employee.
NBC-2 has obtained an ethics complaint that was filed by the employee. According to the 7-page complaint, the current Naples Mayor believes the former mayor and the sheriff were running a child sex ring out of the Naples Airport.
Naples Mayor Teresa Heitman has also accused city employees and law firms of hacking her devices in an attempt to track her.
“The allegations made by Mayor Heitmann against me are untrue, irresponsible, unethical and defamatory. The allegations made by a sitting elected leader are outrageous.” said Sheriff Rambosk.
Former Mayor Bill Barnet said he was enraged after reading the complaint.
The ethics report states Mayor Heitmann said she had evidence of aircraft tail numbers and arrival times of planes being used in the alleged child prostitution ring.
No evidence of a sex ring has surfaced.
NBC-2 made multiple attempts to reach Mayor Heitmann on Thursday.
The Naples Airport authority stated management would fully cooperate with any investigation into the allegations.
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