The second 15-year-old Ottawa girl charged in connection with a human trafficking and prostitution ring will have to stay in jail until a bail hearing on Monday.

She is facing 18 charges related to three separate incidents and three separate victims.

Court documents allege the suspect was there when all three alleged incidents took place on May 6, May 30 and June 3.

The charges include human trafficking, sexual assault, forcible confinement, procuring and theft.

"I think that anyone who hears about the charges, particularly when you look at the headlines would raise concerns about the charges," said the girl's defence lawyer Trevor Brown.

She is the second female to be charged in the case.

Another 15-year-old girl appeared in court Tuesday. Her next court appearance is scheduled for June 21.

Ottawapolice allege they lured three girls between the ages of 13 and 17 to a home by posting messages on social media websites, believing they were making new friends.

They then say the girls were driven to another location for the purposes of prostitution.

The Facebook page belonging to the girl who appeared in court Wednesday, discovered by CTV News, showed guns and skin.

One social media expert said profiles like this indicate the person is at risk.

"Putting themselves online in a very sexual manner, they are at risk," said Jane Tallim. "They are young people who are probably engaging in at-risk behaviour."

A comment on the page was posted on the day before one of the alleged attacks that read "aint' no problem like a hoe problem."

Someone else wrote "Hold it down…praying for you stills," while another wrote "U really sounded like u were gunna do better. Still got time to change."

Ottawa police are still looking for a 17-year-old girl believed to be involved in the case.

The names of the accused cannot be released because of the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact the Ottawa Police Service Sexual Assault/Child Abuse Section at 613-236-1222, ext. 5944 or Crime Stoppers at 613-233-8477 (TIPS) or toll free at 1-800-222-8477.

With a report from CTV Ottawa's John Hua