It is alleged that the man found her, stripped her of all of her clothing and assaulted her.
She eventually escaped and reported the incident to investigators.
LOOKING FOR ANSWERS: Attorney General Maura Healey, above, was among a number of advocates and law enforcement officials who took part in the Herald’s roundtable discussion on sex trafficking at the paper’s Seaport offices yesterday.
The girl attempted to run away from the man in November 2016, but she was caught.
Staff photo by Matt Stone Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey speaks along with Suffolk County District Attorney Dan Conley during the Boston Herald's opioid, sex trafficking roundtable discussion on Monday, April 24, 2017.
Staff photo by Matt Stone(Boston, MA, 04/24/17) Audrey Morrissey, Associate Director My Life My Choice, speaks during the Boston Herald's opioid, sex trafficking roundtable discussion on Monday, April 24, 2017.
And when I finally sat there with one young lady, and took out my camera, I saw an indescribable terror in her eyes. I began to understand what greased its wheels - persistent poverty, demand and corruption.
I understood the culture, the rawness of our ways, the dark humour of our days. It happens not only with me but also with everyone. I went to shelters; I met with lawyers and social workers. I pulled out a notepad instead and listened to their stories. And over time, I started piecing together the reality of sex trafficking.