Aliona Pislaru, 39, Janina Nuta, 39, Vlad Harzoparu, 30, and Ilie Melinte, 34, were jailed at Isleworth Crown Court on Friday (November 18) after being found guilty of a range of offences relating to their business.
The gang, all Romanian nationals, were making more than £15,000 a month through prostitution and according to the Met very little was given to the women working as prostitutes.
'Victims were callously manipulated'
Detective Inspector Stephen Kiely, from the Modern Slavery and Kidnap Unit, said: “The victims in this case were callously manipulated and exploited by this trafficking network.
“I hope that the sentences handed down today bring them a measure of closure and comfort as they go about rebuilding their lives.”
“This investigation highlights the commitment to ending the trafficking and exploitation of vulnerable people.”
Pislaru, of Sussex Gardens, was jailed for five years for controlling prostitution for gain, arranging and facilitating the travel of another person with view to exploitation and concealing, disguising, transferring or removing criminal property.
Gang submitted accounts to HMRC
She had advertised sexual services on classified advertisement websites and arranged for the women she exploited and controlled to be delivered to client's addresses for prostitution.
Pislaru had a registered company to conceal the gang's activities and had submitted accounts to HM Revenue and Customs.
During a police raid on April 28 this year, officers searched a property in Sussex Gardens where Pislaru was arrested.
Janina Nuta, of Highfield Avenue, in Brent Cross, was jailed for three years for controlling prostitution for gain, for concealing, disguising, transferring or removing criminal property and facilitating another person for exploitation.
105 mobile phones found
She was arrested at the same time as Pislaru after she was found in the living room next to a table where 105 mobile phones were ringing intermittently.
The phones were linked to the services supplied by the gang.
Officers also discovered paperwork linked to the sale of sexual services, including price lists and a chip and pin machine.
Harzoparu, also of Sussex Gardens, was jailed for three years for the same offences as Pislaru and Nuta, as well as four counts of possession or control of identity documents.
Fake ID documents
At the Sussex Gardens address, police discovered Romanian identity documents with a photograph of Harzoparu under a different name.
Police also carried out a second search at the same time in Seymour Place, where Melinte was found monitoring the address via CCTV.
He was found with four women who worked as prostitutes.
Melinte, of Seymour Place, was jailed for two years for controlling prostitution for gain, arranging or facilitating the travel of another person with view to exploitation and for concealing, disguising, transferring or removing criminal property.
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