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A special constable and his Hungarian wife have been jailed for trafficking women from Hungary to a Chelsea apartment block dubbed '10 Floors of Whores'. Karl Ring and Ivett Szuda lived a luxury lifestyles on the cash they made from sex workers at Chelsea Cloisters - owned by Tory donor Christopher Moran. Szuda, 32, was today jailed for six and a half years, while Ring, 34, was locked up for four years. Karl Ring and Ivett Szuda have been jailed for trafficking women to Britain to work as prostitutes in a Chelsea apartment block dubbed '10 Floors of Whores'.
The women were put to work in Chelsea Cloisters, with the couple taking half their earnings. Judge Robin Johnson told Szuda: 'You, having practised as a prostitute in this country met, fell in love and eventually married a former client, Karl Ring. Your account that you were merely caring for vulnerable women was rejected by the jury.
The judge told Ring: 'Those who answered your advertisements or indeed came into prostitution in the UK were often in a parlous state. You yourself knew what such a life was like. The case precipitated a political scandal when it emerged Tory donor Christopher Moran pictured with Prince Harry in has made millions in rent from the block unwitting to the prostitution. The judge said Szuda exploited other women the way she had been exploited in the sex trade.
Isleworth Crown Court had heard how mother-of-two Szuda was the point of contact for Hungarian women who answered online adverts offering work for prostitutes. They also ran a website called Kensington Angels that advertised more than prostitutes.
Szuda said shd did not believe there was anything wrong with what she was doing, since the sex workers were happy with the arrangement. But after a six week trial a jury convicted the couple of a string of prostitution and trafficking charges. Ring sat in the dock with his arm around Szuda, who sobbed as the judge passed the sentence. There is no suggestion that Dr Moran, who had no involvement in the day-to-day running of the building, knew the premises were being used for prostitution. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.