Brighton woman reveals 'sex-for-rent' ordeal
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Woman reveals 'sex-for-rent' ordeal

Online adverts are offering vulnerable people a place to stay - in return for sex.

Young, vulnerable people are being targeted by online classified adverts offering them accommodation in exchange for sex, a BBC investigation has found.

The deals are legal but campaigners have described them as exploiting the vulnerable and Hove MP Peter Kyle has said he wants to see the adverts banned.

One woman who needed somewhere to stay in Brighton described what happened when she took up a "sex-for-rent" deal.

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