NY EL!tes Vaporized:

Discussion in 'New York' started by Jack_Maehoffer, Jan 6, 2006.

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  1. lepke


  2. ChuckUFarlie



    And yet the hos still want work phone numbers and such. I don't mind if they keep your cell # but the home and work address are a bit much. Well you hos are missing out on a good client. You gals wont get the chance to lick the sweetest balls and tastiest ass in town.
  3. nabbeun


    frequent flier benefits are not worth the risk...

    Does anyone need any more reason not to patronize places that require identification or ahem, ones that keep a record of your cell number and the dates and number of times you've seen each girl?
  4. Al Kikuras

    Al Kikuras

    I wonder if This Black book will be opened probably not, too many snakes will slither out of their skins, and shit themselves.
  5. RuffToy


    No one can escape the reach of the Feds when they want you. Isn't that right Mr. Gotti. It becomes a Fed issue once the state boundaries are breached.
    13.5 mil...that's a lot of puntang. Plus 8 office workers. Busier than the bagel place on a Sunday morning.
    And what about this Rady Abdel Salem Abbassy...is Homeland Security in on this as well.
  6. Jack_Maehoffer


    January 6, 2006, 6:38 PM EST

    NEW YORK (AP) _ A Manhattan-based prostitution ring that dispatched prostitutes _ some earning $1,500 an hour _ to cities around the world has turned its last trick, authorities said Friday.

    Elena Trochtchenkova and Rady Abdel Salem Abbassy, the former owners of New York ****** escort service, and eight office employees have pleaded guilty to money laundering and other federal charges.

    An indictment alleged the service made $13.5 million in the last four years by attracting a wealthy clientele that included lawyers, Wall Street brokers and other professionals.

    Investigators were still examining business records to determine whether any clients or alleged call girls _ which included porn stars _ would be charged, said Martin Ficke, special agent in charge for the New York office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

    "There's still a lot of work to be done," Ficke said.

    Before it was shut down, New York ****** used a flashy Web site to advertise its services and arrange for prostitutes to meet regular clients throughout the globe.

    The business also sent it most popular prostitutes on tours of the United States and elsewhere. Stops included Boston, Miami, Detroit, Germany and the United Kingdom.
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2006