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By Brian Gallagher For Dailymail. Hip-hop music producer Mally Mall has pleaded guilty in Las Vegas to operating a prostitution enterprise disguised as an escort business. The year-old producer real name Jamal Rashid entered his plea Monday in a federal criminal case that became public following an FBI raid at his Las Vegas home in September Attorney Nicholas Trutanich said Rashid pleaded guilty to one charge of using an interstate facility to aid unlawful activity.
Rashid was accused of running the illegal operation from April to September in Clark County, Nevada. While prostitution is legal in many parts of Nevada, these businesses need to obtain a license, and Rashid did not have one. Rashid's house in California's San Fernando Valley was raided in by the FBI as part of an ongoing investigation into human trafficking charges. His home was also raided this past April as part of a dual investigation for both human trafficking and trafficking of exotic animals, though he was never arrested or taken into custody, according to TMZ.
Shortly after the April raid, he was accused of running a major human trafficking operation by three Las Vegas prostitutes, who asked the state to declare their prostitution laws unconstitutional because it violates the 13th Amendment, which prohibits slavery.
One of the prostitutes claims that Rashid's companies, like VIP Entertainment out of Dallas, is one of many shell companies that hide his prostitution racket. Rashid's lawyer, Steve Saddow, responded to the lawsuit by stating, 'This is simply a nonsense lawsuit, and as such, the allegations against Mally Mall are not deserving of further comment.
There are also multiple sexual assault allegations against the producer. Sources state that a woman came forward in January and claimed that she was flown out from Texas to visit Mall after he had seen her fitness videos on Instagram. The woman then claims that he then drugged her and raped her at his home, locking her in a room. Los Angeles authorities shared that the Wednesday raid on Mally Mall's home came from the investigation looking into human and exotic animal trafficking along with multiple sexual assault allegations.