An American Airlines employee, Denice Miracle, saved two teenage girls from being exploited by an Instagram sex trafficker who promised the girls modelling jobs in New York.Miracle says she “had a feeling that something wasn’t right” when the two girls — aged 15 and 17 — showed up at the Sacramento ticket counter to check-in for a first-class flight that had been paid for with a stolen credit card. The girls had several small bags with them as if they were running away from home and “They kept looking in a way that seemed fearful and anxious.” Miracle then called the authorities.The Independent reports that initially the girls did not believe that the man talking to them through Instagram could be a predator, but soon the reality began to sink in when the police explained that their tickets were only one-way. The girls revealed that a man called “Drey” on Instagram had invited them to New York for the weekend to earn $2,000 by doing some modelling and performing in music videos. They had not told their parents about the trip on 31august last year and were shocked when they were told the tickets did not cover a return flight.“When I told them that they didn’t have a flight home,” said Sheriff’s Deputy Todd Sanderson.“In my opinion, what was going to happen was they were going to go back to New York and become victims of sex trafficking. They said they wouldn’t have let that happen, and I said they probably wouldn’t have had a choice.”When the authorities tried to track down Drey online, he quickly deleted all of his social media accounts.