Updated 9 months ago
The trial for the parents accused of sex trafficking their teenage daughters has been pushed back to June because additional charges have now been added.
In addition to human trafficking, Anthony and Kathy Hart now face unlawful transaction with a minor and use of a minor in a sexual performance. The two were indicted for setting their 13- and 14-year-old daughters up with men.
According to court documents, Kathy Hart would approach men in stores and ask if they would like to spend time with her girls. Police say the Harts would exchange their daughters for money, food and clothing.
The trial is set for June 10.