Pimping case tossed after girl’s credibility questioned 

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The case against a San Francisco man who was accused of brutally pimping a 16-year-old girl was thrown out Tuesday by a San Mateo County judge who didn’t believe the victim was credible, prosecutors said.

Jamar Rashad Geeter, 26, faced several charges in connection with his Aug. 22 arrest at a motel in Broadmoor. The teenager called for help from the motel and accused Geeter of months of abuse that included being choked, beaten and forced into prostitution.

Geeter denied any criminal activity, and during a preliminary hearing Tuesday, San Mateo County Superior Court Judge Marta Diaz ruled that the 16-year-old’s statements were not believable and found the evidence insufficient to support the charges, prosecutors said.

Geeter was released from custody and the charges were dismissed.

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