TEXAS: Dallas police prepare for a spike in Super Bowl sex trafficking; should wives prepare for a spike in divorces?

Divorce & the Super Bowl: Is there a spike in divorces around the time of the Superbowl?
Apparently, the Super Bowl is a good time for sex traffickers in the U.S. and around the world. Pimps and slave holders (sex slaves, that is) make a ton of money around this time from the forced sex labor of young girls between the ages of 11 and 17 who typically are bussed, shipped and flown in for the festivities.
This year, the game between the Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers takes place in Dallas (if the weather permits) and the police and FBI are on alert for the expected spike in prostitution in the state. Especially of underage girls, many of whom are on the missing persons lists across America. 
Got me to wondering about these men who solicit and procure the services of these children and the women they are married to. (Yes, it is typically married men who are the clients in these scenarios) Who are these women? And do they even suspect that their husbands are involved in these nefarious  escapades during the Superbowl? And if so, do they look the other way? Or do they seek a divorce, like, immediately? I can tell you this much: The horror of underage, forced prostitution and sex slavery aside, it is a very dangerous thing to be married for a lot of unsuspecting women who are having unprotected intercourse with husbands who cavort with prostitutes – irrespective of her age. And not just around the time of the Super Bowl.
For these women, divorce is the least of her problems as far as I’m concerned.