Charity receives calls after women enslaved in London

  Police UK The charity which first alerted the British police to the case of three women, including an Irish woman, allegedly held captive for 30 years, has said it has received a number of calls from people in a similar situation. Founder of the Freedom Charity in London, Aneeta Prem says she spoke with the three women today and said they’re all doing incredibly well – given the circumstances. The three women were allegedly the victims of domestic slavery at a house in Lambeth in London. Police say they were beaten, brainwashed and subject to emotional control. Two suspects – a man and a woman, both aged 67 – have been arrested and released on bail.