Houston rapper Yung Corleon’s primary hustle was sex trafficking teen girls.

That didn’t end up working out for either him or the girls.

This week the 24-year-old was sentenced to 27 years for pimping out  12 women and girls on the streets of Northeast Houston.

Prosecutors say Coreleon forced each of his victims, who were as young as 14, to earn $1000 a day.  He would keep them in line with physical abuse and drugs.

He is also tied to the disappearance of 15-year-old Kristen Galvan.

There was a push to give Corleon life, given the heinousness of his crimes.  However, he ended up getting the guideline-mandated punishment of 27 years.


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