Like, you know, learned how they work, learned what they want, everything, from doing boy things to a grown-up man.” The 29-year-old career criminal is sitting behind bars dressed in an orange jumpsuit. He has “pimpin” tattooed across his knuckles, two tear drops on his cheek and “f--- all bitches” on his chest. I love my money.”The engaged father of two no longer sees himself as a pimp, but rather a “manager” of escorts. Another sex worker was seeing a john regularly who one day called her, said he was a police officer and warned her of a raid on the hotel she was prostituting out of. All across the GTA, young Canadian girls are being beaten, branded, bought and sold along our highways and in our hotels.
He doesn’t flinch when he describes how in the past he “backhanded” a sex worker for “causing too much drama” or how pimps prey on young girls who just “need that daddy figure.”Deiaco is facing 19 charges, including human trafficking, assault causing bodily harm, unlawful confinement and kidnapping. In a jailhouse interview at the Toronto East Detention Centre, Deiaco told the Star he could not talk about his case that is before the courts, except to say that police have their facts wrong. He said he offers them protection and security, helps them upload their online sex advertisements, drives them to johns’ houses, pays their rent and buys them “anything they need,” from food, tampons and hair dye to condoms and sex toys like dildos or nipple clamps. “It’s all kinds of people — coppers, newscasters, everything. A Star investigation into the dark underbelly of domestic sex trafficking in Ontario.“I wish I was never introduced to it,” he says. The girls don’t run because “they have nothing, nobody.”Deiaco, who grew up in Toronto living with his mother, says his “f--- all bitches” tattoo was targeted at a woman who molested him when he was younger.“I don’t hate women.
THAT'S the main point being made, not that pimps and hoes are the same. They spread disease and engage in sexual relationships with married men.
A preliminary inquiry is a hearing to determine if there's sufficient evidence for the accused to be sent to trial.Hof wants readers to reevaluate the word “pimp” — to replace its violent connotations with a sense of camaraderie, or even family.For some of the book he almost succeeds, as the Ranch is certainly a kinder place than the brothels we’ve seen on TV and in films.What do you think will happen when/if yall fall on hard times?He will put you and your sons and daughters to work. Neither the hoe nor the pimp can erase their past, so both should be held accountable for it.