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A Vancouver man facing close to 40 charges linked to the sex trafficking of teenage girls is in more trouble with the law.
Reza Moazami is accused of contacting one of his alleged victims -- something a judge ordered him not to do.
Vancouver Police arrested the 28-year old ten days ago.
He's now charged with breaching a court order and obstruction of justice -- in addition to the previous counts.
Moazami is accused of forcing at least 11 girls -- all between 14 and 19-years old -- to work as prostitutes in Metro Vancouver.
He's the first person in this province to be charged with trafficking minors.