October 25, 2008


Vitter is the first elected official to be identified as a client of the alleged prostitution ring. Earlier this year, a high-level diplomat resigned after his name was linked to the scandal in an ABC News report based on phone records that covered 2003 to 2006.

The federal judge hearing Jeanne Palfrey’s criminal case had barred the accused madam from releasing any additional records.

“The disk – containing a full set of the telephone records for the 13 year operational history of ‘Pamela Martin & Associates’ – already has been pirated,” ……………..READ FULL STORY http://blogs.usatoday.com/ondeadline/2007/07/accused-dc-mada.html

The escort service, called Denver Players, was shut down by IRS and Denver Police investigators last month when they served more than a dozen search warrants and subpoenas at homes and businesses.Their customers include professional athletes, politicians, lawyers and judges…….READ FULL STORY http://www.9news.com/rss/article.aspx?storyid=86295

The mayor of Paterson took $200,000 in bribes, including a trip to Brazil with four female companions. The Hudson County executive took $200,000 in cash, and two freeholders were named as accomplices. The Essex County executive was hauled off in leg irons, indicted for taking bribes and arranging a coverup. The list goes on…….READ FULL STORY http://www.nj.com/news/ledger/index.ssf?/corruption/stories/20030112sl_ethics1.html

Though new to the industry, the ring took in more than $1 million in barely three years, dispatching more than 50 prostitutes in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Paris and London to rendezvous, the federal authorities allege. In the process, the ring unwittingly did what Wall Street titans and political foes could not: bring down Mr. Spitzer. For all the weighty consequences of its operation, the Emperor’s Club had a homespun quality.

Its boss was Mark Brener, 62. He dealt with a stack of medical bills for his late wife by starting the escort service, an idea that dawned on him several years ago as he surveyed sex-related advertisements in the weekly newspaper The Village Voice, an associate of Mr. Brener’s said.

The venture reinvigorated Mr. Brener. He dyed his hair black, donned a leather jacket and recruited three women to help him. The four seemingly had little in common beyond a desire for extra money and a willingness to earn it in alternative ways.

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THIS IS OLD NEWS,BUT ENTERTAINING.THE UK VERSION OF THE STORY read full story http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/1581873/Insider-shares-secrets-of-NYC’s-escort-agencies.html

Alycia Martin, 20, of Westland was arrested in April and charged with prostitution. According to Troy police, Martin was paid $150 to perform oral sex on Thomas Athans, husband of U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.). Athans told police that he paid Martin for sex at the Residence Inn on Livernois. The hotel was under police surveillance when a man went into a room and emerged 15 minutes later. Athans was stopped on I-75 and admitted to having paid a prostitute for sex, police said.

Athans agreed to testify against the alleged prostitute, and he was charged only with driving with a suspended license, a charge that was quickly cleared up. Athans was not charged with soliciting.

Martin’s attorney, Frank Cusumano of Macomb, alleges the search of her hotel room violated the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution and is trying to get the case thrown out of court.

Martin’s next court date is 1:30 p.m. June 3. She remains out on a $100 bond.


Troy police admit their handling of a prostitution case involving the husband of a U.S. senator who wasn’t charged has drawn questions.

…………………”There are literally thousands and thousands of dollars changing hands, maybe millions, in the escort industry,” Troy Police Lt. Gerry Scherlinck said. “We have an officer on it, but we aren’t naive enough to think it isn’t still going on.”

Scherlinck said both buyers and sellers of sex feel safe in suburbs like Troy. The escorts like the security of knowing violent offenders don’t often strike in the suburbs and clients like the relative obscurity of hooking up at a suburban hotel, where police aren’t thought to have much of a presence.

In the most recent case, police were monitoring the escort Web site eros.com when an ad for services in Troy was spotted. Police made several calls to the escorts, who eventually divulged their location thinking they were talking to customers. Officers were staking out the Northfield Hilton when customers arrived.

A Port Huron man, 37, told police he paid $300 for sex. Later, a Farmington Hills man, 58, said he also paid $300 for a sex act after leaving a different room. Both men signed statements as to what happened and they were released.

Two women, both from Sunny Isles, Fla., were arrested and charged with prostitution. One was 23 years old and the other 37. The maximum penalty is 93 days in jail and/or a $500 fine. The case against both women is still pending…………………..READ FULL STORY www.hometownlife.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080518/NEWS23/805180389/1040/rss16