Alan Li, 26, Ex Resident Of Miami’s Beach Mount Sinai Attempted Sex Trafficking

A 26-year-old former resident at Miamis beach medical center was arrested for attempted sex trafficking of young girls: FBI Stated

Alan li,26, is a doctor who is charged with attempted sex trafficking of young girls (under 15 ) in exchange of cash or bitcoin, according to an arrest affidavit from the FBI.

The investigation of 26-year-old Li began on March 12 when a woman from Ohio, whose name was not disclosed, contacted federal agents to report Li’s search for underage girls in Miami.

The girl nearly a year ago met Alan through a dating app website in Columbus, and they both reportedly met up one night after that; they both lost contact with each other. After several months Li again contacted and allegedly messaged the woman on Snapchat on March 12. 

During their conversation, Li told her that he had a friend named Michael Chen who wanted to meet young girls in Miami and was willing to pay.   

 Li wrote to the woman. 

“My Friend Wants to Met young girls and is willing to pay. Can you help him out?”

According to a criminal complaint obtained by WCMH, Li told the woman that his Friend would create a Snapchat account, but instead, Li created a second profile on the Snapchat app posing as Michael Chen. Later, investigators discovered that Li logged out of his Snapchat account and logged in as Michael’s Chen using the same IP address registered to his home.

The woman then received a message from Micheal Chen, and when she asked him what age girl he was looking for, Chen/Li replied, “ideally 8-15,” the affidavit said.

After a woman told the FBI that Li was looking for underage girls, the woman allowed the FBI agent to take over her snap chat account to further communicate with Li.

On March 22, Chen again contacted the woman and asked for an update; an FBI agent then gave him the phone number of an FBI investigator who was posing as a Trafficker, according to the affidavit.

Li then contacted the given number and asked what girls were available, to which the undercover agent replied, “Got a 9,12, and 15 depending on what kind of service you want; Li responded, and the two discussed sex acts and agreed on 12:according to the affidavit.  

The two discussed the pay rates, and Li agreed on  $500 for an hour with a 12-year-old. When the agent requested payment via CashApp, Li reportedly offered to pay in cash or bitcoin instead because he did not want to provide his Social Security number.

In the conversation, Li also told the investigator that he had been in a live-in situation with a 13-year-old girl in the past.  According to the affidavit, Li/Chen asked the “Trafficker” (FBI investigator) that had ever set up a permanent situation and how much it would cost, and the “trafficker” responded with a one-time payment of $20,000, to which Li replied that’s reasonable, but he had to see the girl first.

On April 12, the Trafficker and Li agreed to meet at a hotel with the 12-year-old, but Li canceled that meeting by saying he had to work late. After that, there was no communication between the FBI agent and Li until April 29, when the trafficker texted Li/Chen, “Got some high-end girls in town working the beach on this weekend and next for F1 . If you know any players send them my way” according to the affidavit.

They both messaged each other for the next few days and discussed the girl’s availability, ages, and prices. On May 2, Li messaged the trafficker asking if any girl was available, to which the trafficker wrote back that 12 and 15 years old were available, and they both discussed the pay rate.

Agents had been conducting in-person surveillance on Li, according to WCMH, and he was arrested on May 2. According to the official records, he is being held at the Federal Detention Center in Miami.

Mount Sinai released a statement Monday on the arrest.

“Mount Sinai’s top priority is the safety of our patients, visitors, and employees. The individual is no longer employed with the “medical center,” the statement read. “Mount Sinai Medical Center cannot comment further on matters regarding ongoing investigations and legal proceedings. To the extent that we are aware of an incident, the appropriate authorities are contacted immediately and have our full cooperation.”

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