Two Hudson Valley teen girls were rescued from a Brooklyn home where they were kept as prisoners for days by alleged sex traffickers.

The girls, a 14-year-old from Shokan and a 15-year-old from New Paltz, left Ulster County on Tuesday, lured by promises of modeling jobs, reports Pix 11.. They were driven from Ulster County to the Bronx by someone they knew and later taken to Brooklyn.

The girls so-called friends are accused of holding them captive and forcing them into prostitution. The two were brought to a home used by gangs to keep prostitutes, reports the New York Post.

The suspects pumped the girls with Xanax, oxycodone, Dramaine and weed and told the 14-year-old she was going to be sold on for $100, according to the New York Daily News.

Rudy Rocker was charged with rape, attempted sex trafficking and promoting prostitution and child endangerment. Berisha Nedahate and Donald Jackson were charged with attempted compelling prostitution, attempted sex trafficking, and attempted promoting prostitution and child endangerment.

They were found on Saturday after one of the girls was able to send her GPS information to her father on social media. The dad then notified police who found the girls inside the Brooklyn home.

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