Reality TV figures facing the crime of sex trafficking in Las Vegas

Las Vegas (AP) — According to police, a rapper and former reality show person is facing a felony sexual trafficking charge in Las Vegas and has launched his massive social media to recruit women as prostitutes. Claims to have used.

According to records, Kevin Lamont Burns, Jr., 37, was arrested on Monday and released on Tuesday from the Clark County Detention Center without bail.

Using the name Chopper and featured in the MTV reality series “Making the Band” in the early 2000s, Burns was represented in court by a public lawyer. It wasn’t immediately clear later if there was a lawyer who could speak for him.

Details of the investigation were not immediately disclosed by police and prosecutors.

Celebrity website TMZ said An undercover agent disguised as a sex worker obtained a document showing that Burns used social media to travel to Charlotte, North Carolina and instruct him to be part of his “team.”

Las Vegas Review-Journal report After his MTV stint, Burns was Sean “P. Diddy” Combs.