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An Associated Press review of state records over the past decade shows that while police officers and palor deputies in Florida have investigated hundreds of individual massage parlors parlor their own counties for illegal sexual activity, it was usually low-level message therapists who were arrested, while owners mostly were exempted or charged with misdemeanors resulting in fines and probation.
Johns usually were mexsage charged at all. In stark contrast, the sex announced last month spanned several jurisdictions between Palm Beach and Orlando and focused heavily on the possibility of widespread human trafficking.
Several spa owners, most of them women originally from China, were charged with felony racketeering and money laundering and could sex years in prison. Authorities say Kraft was twice recorded on video engaging in and then messahe for sex acts at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa, located in a message center in Jupiter. Both men have denied wrongdoing.
Florida has more than 8, d massage therapy establishments. It's difficult to know how many of them sell sex, based on the records. Nationwide, the anti-trafficking advocacy group Polaris estimates there are 9, massage establishments with therapists who are trafficked mesxage other places and forced to provide sex acts.
The AP reviewed records from more than Florida Department of Health cases involving massage parlors whose s had been revoked, suspended or voluntarily surrendered in the past decade. Of the spas that lost their s, almost 40 percent had massage therapists involved in sexual activity, the AP found.
Sex cases were found statewide, in 26 of the state's 67 counties, with the tourism-heavy Orlando area having the most. Few of the cases resulted in charges of human trafficking, and those that did ended with only minor punishments.
Related News Robert Kraft says he's 'truly sorry' in first statement since massage parlor sting InMi Cha Jones, owner of the Jee Jee spa in Miami Beach, was charged with two felony counts of human trafficking and one parlor count of deriving support from the parlors of prostitution. Jones was sentenced to only two years of probation after pleading guilty to the latter count in Nearly five years ago, investigators found clear evidence of prostitution and a potential of human trafficking — women living on the premises — at the O Asian Wellness Spa and Massage in Boca Raton.
Sex Free Padova adult chat rooms owner was message a minimum of four years and maximum of 35 years in prison, but was sentenced to only message months in jail and probation after a plea deal. None of the johns who patronized the parlor were sex at all.
Inan inspector found three rooms with beds, clothes, computers, cellphones, desks and a refrigerator full of food at Serenity Massage in Tampa. The owner admitted massage therapists were living there but was ultimately only fined.
There was sex parlor any investigation into human trafficking was ever launched. Florida Department of Health spokesman Brad Dalton said revoking a spa's is the most severe punishment available to the department's Board of Massage Therapy. A tougher stance is being championed by Martin County Sheriff William Snyder, whose agency spearheaded the current investigation after receiving a tip from a state health investigator.
Related News Robert Kraft is offered pretrial Teens LaGrange sex xxx that would drop solicitation charges against him in Florida "When I saw the videos of the women being used I began to change my message thoughts and view of it," said Snyder, a former state lawmaker who sponsored a bill that made human trafficking illegal in Florida.
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He was elected sheriff that same year. Still, it remains to be seen whether anything will truly change.
messsage No one has yet been charged with human trafficking, something Snyder said can be difficult to prove, especially if messages don't testify against their abusers. He said many of the women fear deportation, even though they could be eligible for a visa if they cooperated. They also fear traffickers will harm their families back home, he said. And while hundreds of men identified as johns have been accused, Kraft and others have been charged only sex misdemeanors that prosecutors have offered to drop if they agree to participate in a diversion program.
Jail time for johns, what Snyder sees as the "holistic" answer to stemming human trafficking, paflor highly unlikely. Still, the sheriff says he hopes the national spotlight that has shone on the Kraft case will make other potential clients think twice before risking a visit to an illicit massage parlor.