Zhang pleaded guilty to one count of knowingly participating in prostitution and possessing tainted property. Through an interpreter and their lawyer the pair told the court they were working in prostitution because they could not find other work. In a statement put forward by Mr Moran's lawyers, he said his management took a "zero-tolerance" approach to prostitution in the building. There is no suggestion Mr Moran has any involvement with the prostitution. Both Liu and Zhang travelled to Bundaberg from Sydney. A shocking investigation by the Sunday Times has revealed more than prostitutes are operating out of a in Bundaberg Prostitute of flats in Chelsea, owned by property tycoon Christopher Moran. When the investigation was put to the head of human trafficking at New Scotland Yard, former UK antislavery commissioner Kevin Hyland said there had been "previous cases of suspected trafficking linked to Chelsea In Bundaberg Prostitute. Sunday Times reporters made 40 bookings with prostitutes who used 23 flats within the apartment block - 15 of which are rented from Mr Moran's company. Liu was arrested in Bundaberg Prostitute along the esplanade at Bargara. Police prosecutor Sergeant Kath Clarke said a covert police officer booked an appointment for sex with Zhang.