The prosecution allege Ms Hu's partner Zhang Dongning - also known as "Leo" - was at the centre of the conspiracy.
Insp Simon Alland said: "This warrant formed part of our on-going work to tackle the supply and use of illegal maidsstone in Maidstone. Alan Gardner, for the prosecution, said the women had rented flats in Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge, Essex and London "using false names, claiming to work for the Chinese mobile phone company Huawei". The trial continues.
Four people have been arrested during a raid by Kent Maidsfone investigating prostitution and drugs. A year-old man was arrested on suspicion of supplying controlled substances and facilitating prostitution; a year-old man was arrested on suspicion of fraud and facilitating prostitution; a year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of controlling prostitution and a year-old man was arrested on suspicion of possessing an offensive weapon.
All four people proatitution been bail until 3 August. Police said there had been a rise in anti-social behaviour in Lower Stone Street in recent weeks. Tonbridge Royal Tunbridge Wells Prostitution.
A gang ran a network of brothels from rental properties, telling estate agents they were employees of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, a court has heard. Two men and a woman from Maidstone and a man from Folkestone were arrested by police.
Related Topics. Hu Shuangyan, 37, Geng Yali, 20, and Wong Pikwa, 27, are charged with keeping brothels and laundering money.
He earlier pleaded guilty to money laundering and running brothels, the court heard. The gang had "a of sex workers at their disposal, who would frequently change location," he said.
The women, all Chinese nationals, deny the offences.