Skip to comments.Woman accused of performing sex acts after massages
Posted on 12/09/2011 7:24:17 AM PST by ProtectOurFreedom
Investigators say a woman told police that she did not think it was illegal to perform sexual acts on massage clients at her home if she asked permission first.
Police began an undercover investigation after a complaint was filed on about possible prostitution by a concerned citizen. Witnesses reported that men were arriving at the residence and staying no longer than an hour before leaving. Police began surveilling the home and questioning the men as they left the residence.
An undercover police detective went to the residence as a customer with $150. He was wired with an audio transmitting device and a video device...He was brought upstairs and into a room that had a massage table set up. The suspect began the massage wearing a blue skirt and suit jacket, but during the massage she began taking off articles of clothing until she was topless and wearing only a thong.
When the suspect finished the back massage, she asked the detective to turn over and began massaging his chest, arms and legs, according to the detective. The suspect then asked if there were any other places the detective would like to have massaged.
The detective told her it was his first time doing something like this and told her he didn't know what else could be done. She then asked if he would be comfortable having his hip area massaged. He said yes. She removed the detective's underwear and began massaging his inner thighs.
She then asked if he would be comfortable with her massaging his [AHEM...cough, cough]. The detective again replied yes and she began to massage his [cough cough]. The detective told her he felt uncomfortable and ended the massage. The detective then paid the woman $150.
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She should have used the Holder Excuse: Whether an action is prostitution or massage depends on what the person making it is thinking at the time. If it's good enough for the nation's AG, it should be good enough for her.
I hope this story has a happy ending.
Not for the cop, it didn/t.
Why punish her for superior customer service?
first laugh of the day
Unfortunately, the author neglected to provide the story’s denouement.
She's probably guilty. :-)
She’s guilty BTW.
If this is how the police are spending their time, then we have too many police. I think we need some huge budget cuts in the police department.
I might have too at one time, back when I was 18 and my only requirements were that the girl have bathed in the last year, and not have a beard like a Civil War General.
It sure is more fun than going after illegals at the Home Depot, that’s for sure.
Is it a message if she doesn’t?
She was just trying to do her part to put the ‘pleasant’ in Mt. Pleasant...
If she charged the same for a massage with or without the “happy ending”, then is it really prostitution?
Where exactly was he wired?
I had physical therapy at a very reputable facility, part of which was a massage of my IT-band (outter thigh) and sessions ran about one hour. The price was actually more than $150/hour (mostly paid for by insurance), almost all the workers were women, so if some busybody was watching the place she might have called the coppers.
No doubt some nosy, "busy body," neighbor who can't leave well enough alone.
Wonder how much police resources (and $$) was expended to bring this "Dangerous" criminal to justice?
Sheesh! Like I bet there is NO other "serious" criminal activity going on in Tyler, TX.
Luv Texas, but something like this and some of their stoooopid liquor laws keeps me from considering it as a place I would move to when relocate from this God forsaken, People's Socialist Republic of Utopian Moonbats, Vermont.
Isn’t LE suppose to stop during a sting operation before anything actually happens?
Like the NM Highway Patrol, he later went on Traffic and stopped some cutie for bugs on license plate, but worked out a sweet private “probation” deal.
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