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The Alameda County District Attorney's Office says when charges are formally filed in court, those charges will be announced.
The Contra Costa County District Attorney's Office is also investigating allegations involving Jasmine Abuslin, formerly known as Celeste Guap, as well as allegations of additional possible criminal conduct.
"It's all gonna come out, every lie has an expiration date," said Abuslin's attorney Pamela Price.
Abuslin's attorneys said she is safe, then called out Richmond Police Department.
"They have tried to sweep this under the rug," said Price.
Chief Allwyn Brown has said the department investigated 11 current and former officers. While some violated departmental policies, the chief said the engagements were non-criminal.
"The report that we have from Richmond is not accurate," said Price.
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Abuslin's attorneys said Richmond Police Department shipped her off to a Florida rehab. Chief Brown previously said that representation distorts reality.
Dan Noyes with the ABC7 News I-Team spoke with Abuslin before she left.
She said she was asked, "To consider it a paid vacation."
Price says, "One lawyer told us the joke is come to Florida on vacation, leave on probation."
Her attorneys said the treatment center wouldn't let Abuslin call her father. Also that when she tried to leave the facility, someone injected her with an unknown substance.
They said Abuslin bit a driver who grabbed her, not a security guard.
"Did they want to dirty her up to shut her up?" said her attorney Charles Bonner.
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Abuslin's attorneys said they've heard from more victims who live in Richmond.
Price says the victims have said, "These are the officers who were engaging in sex trafficking and I was part of the same group that Jasmine was part of."
ABC7 News reached out to Richmond Police Department about these allegations. A spokesperson said the chief is not commenting any further.
Meantime, the Alameda County DA has said seven Oakland officers will face criminal charges, though the DA has not said when those charges will be filed.
In an emailed statement, a spokesperson for Attorney General Kamala Harris said:
"The allegations of police misconduct are extremely disturbing and an alarming breach of trust placed in law enforcement by the communities we are sworn to serve. The charges that DA O'Malley has announced she intends to file will be an important step towards ensuring those responsible for this egregious conduct are held accountable. Our office will continue to engage with local law enforcement on this case and will leave all options on the table for our potential involvement."
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