6 Aug 2012

Couple in Samoa found guilty of living on earnings from prostitution

1:45 pm on 6 August 2012

The sentencing has been delayed for a man and a woman in Samoa who were found guilty on seven counts, including living on earnings from prostitution.

The couple were charged after police investigated complaints relating to the criminal activities involving several men working in a construction company.

The defendants were operating a prostitution ring from Malolelei village.

The court has ordered for Sanele Sanele and Metala James to remain in police custody to await sentencing which has now been postponed until next week.