A former Pornhub manager recently sent a letter to Canada's Ethics Committee to expose the trafficking of webcam girls on their website.  

Charlie Angus with the NDP from Timmins - James Bay, Ontario read the letter in front of Canada's Ethics Committee.

"I fear for my safety... but please investigate all the camgirl sites that MindGeek runs. I am certain that many of these so-called models are being held captive in trafficking situations all over the world," reads Angus from the former employee's letter.

The former manager remains nameless as he was concerned about the potential negative repercussions of coming forward with this information. 

"For example, women trying to escape North Korea will be held captive and forced into the cam studios in China by their trafficker who they thought would help them get out. This story repeats globally."

Previously during the hearing in front of Canada's Ethics Committee, the head executives from MindGeek, the parent company of Pornhub, David Marmorstein Tassillo and Feras Antoon were questioned. The woman who gave her testimony was from the USA and her content put up without her consent was posted when she was in grade 7.

"MindGeek denies responsibility by separating themselves from the camgirl studios. Instead, these companies are managed as affiliate relationships, but MindGeek is making a lot of money off these women, held against their will."

The employee encourages the authorities to ask MindGeek for their financial records for incoming and outgoing transactions. This is the evidence for their illegal activity, according to the former employee.

"It will be clear that the scope of the problem is much larger than anyone on the Ethics committee or reporting in mainstream media currently realizes."

Exodus Cry, an organization in Missouri trying to end human trafficking recently posted to their Facebook page about all this. They said, "As Canada's Ethics Committee wraps up its investigation into Pornhub's/MindGeek crimes, we look forward to them boldly calling for a full criminal investigation by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police so this predatory platform can be shut down." 

Recently over 70 Members of Parliament and Senators signed a letter asking the RCMP to start a full investigation into Pornhub and any human trafficking they are apart of. 

On April 8, 2021, there was a U.S. Congressional briefing to expose Pornhub, however, details have yet to be released for it.