'LHH: Atlanta' Guest Star Arrested for Alleged Sex Trafficking
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VH1 star Sas and his compliance James Ruffin are reportedly planning to travel in order to bring the two underaged girls to outside Georgia before being taken to DeKalb County Jail.

AceShowbiz - "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" recurring cast member Sas was arrested in Georgia's DeKalb County for reportedly trying to pimp two underaged girls. The authorities confirmed the report on Thursday, October 17.

According to police, Sas, whose real name is Lyndon Smith, and his compliance James Ruffin were planning to travel in order to bring the two teens to outside Georgia. They didn't get to carry out the plan, as the girls were reportedly safely recovered from the men.

The 26-year-old VH1 star and James were taken to DeKalb County Jail on charges of criminal attempt to traffic persons for sexual servitude in addition to criminal attempt to pimp a person less than 18 years of age. The exact ages of the girls were not released.

Things apparently were rougher for Sas' compliance as his jail records showed that he was also facing more serious charges. That included pimping, trafficking, keeping a place of prostitution, interference with custody and violation of computer porn and child exploitation act.

People were demanding that the two get a punishment they deserve for the severe crimes. "Crimes like this deserve LIFE in prison. PERIOD," one Instagram user wrote in the comment section of The Shade Room's post of the news. Meanwhile, one other admitted that Sas had always been rubbing her up the wrong way, saying, "He always did have a weird look to me." Showing no mercy, another user said, "Lock them up and throw away the keys!"

Sas is one of the members of hip-hop group Da Razkalz CrU. His brother Scrapp DeLeon is a regular cast member in season 8 of "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta". So far, Sas appeared in a supporting role in three seasons of the show.

A rep for Sas has yet to respond to a request for a comment.

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