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Customs stops woman deported to Chuuk for Blue House Lounge scandal

Posted: Jun 08, 2018 5:42 PM Updated:

She was trying to get back into Guam, but she had been previously deported. A complaint filed in the District Court of Guam names former Blue House lounge staffer Saknin Weria.  

She was busted at the Guam International Airport Authority arriving from Chuuk on Thursday when she was stopped by Customs.

If you recall, the Blue House Lounge brothel case was Guam's first ever human trafficking ring.

Weria had been convicted in both local and federal court in 2012 for her role in the conspiracy. Though she didn't serve any hard time, she was deported.

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