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September 8, 2016 (Fault Lines) — Bay Area law enforcement really wants Celeste Guap out of the public’s eye.

The sex worker at the heart of a scandal involving three Oakland, California police chiefs, a guard for the Federal Logistics Defense Agency, and multiple officers from at least three counties is currently in a Florida jail on aggravated battery charges after being shipped across the country to a rehab facility for “heroin addiction.” The treatment, allegedly paid through a Richmond, California victim’s fund, may be the cure for the “Bay Area Police Sex Scandal.” It could also cost Guap her life.

Assistant United States Attorney Jessica Lieber Smolar prosecuted this case on behalf of the government.

He is presently awaiting extradition to Cook County to face the aggravated criminal sexual abuse charge there. Diaz and will seek to remove him from the United States following the resolution of any criminal charges he may face; however, Cook County policy currently refuses to honor any ICE detainers.

When law enforcement agencies fail to honor immigration detainers and release serious criminal offenders, it undermines ICE's ability to protect public safety and carry out its mission.“While Cook County’s practice of denying ICE access to its facilities and refusing to honor any ICE detainer is a serious threat to public safety, this agency nevertheless is acting in good faith to return a fugitive to justice," said ERO Atlanta Field Office Director Sean Gallagher.

Reports conflict on exact details, but the following sequence of events is allegedly supported by security footage.

They also constitute the “aggravated battery” charge Guap now faces in Florida, and as justification for her $300,000 bond.

Clayton County subsequently released him, but an ICE deportation officer who reviewed the record was able to determine the man arrested under a fictitious name was in fact Mr.