Police arrested three men, Lorenzo Sykes, 52, Christopher Hudson, 20, and Kenneth Brown, on various charges, including sex trafficking, stemming from a 2014 incident in a Harlem townhouse in which three prostitutes stripped and boxed to settle an $80 monetary dispute, according to a New York Post report.

Sykes, a pimp, made a videotape of the incident, which has now become key evidence in who is to blame for injuries sustained by one of the women, the Post stated.

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“Africa,” one of the alleged participants, ran to the Convent Avenue Baptist Church after the match, claiming she was the victim of sex trafficking and implicated all three men.

Kenneth Brown’s lawyer, Brian Kennedy, though, disputes those claims, according to the Post article, which added that he will be at the DA’s office on Friday to examine the recording.

“I want to see it because I want to prove that Africa was injured not by my client but by the other two girls during the fight,” Kennedy said in the article.

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At a court hearing last week, a judge ruled that Kennedy could view the tape only at the DA's office.

The other two women involved in the incident, “Yaya” and “Indie,” won the match and were able to retrieve their allegedly stolen money, which was hidden on Africa’s person, the Post reported.