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Trio of women accused of running prostitution ring at Michigan massage parlor

  • Three women in Warren, Michigan, have been charged for allegedly running a prostitution ring at a local massage parlor.

  • Greenday Massage, which Warren police have dubbed a “prostitution house,” sits at the intersection of 9 Mile and Ryan roads.

  • The suspects, Meiyu Xu, 61, Yingshu Zhu, 60, and Hyeyeon Bratek, 55, have each been charged with keeping a house of prostitution — a five-year felony — and using a computer to commit a crime, which is a four-year felony, according to WDIV Local 4.

  • The scheme was busted after two undercover police officers made appointments with the parlor and were offered sexual acts for money, as per WXYZ.

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Three women in Warren, Michigan, have been charged for allegedly running a prostitution ring at a local massage parlor.

Greenday Massage, which Warren police have dubbed a “prostitution house,” sits at the intersection of 9 Mile and Ryan roads.

The trio allegedly posted ads online that promoted “new Asian girls” and “new girls real young.”

The suspects, Meiyu Xu, 61; Yingshu Zhu, 60; and Hyeyeon Bratek, 55, have each been charged with keeping a house of prostitution — a five-year felony — and using a computer to commit a crime, which is a four-year felony, according to WDIV Local 4.

The scheme was busted after two undercover police officers made appointments with the parlor and were offered sexual acts for money, as per WXYZ.

A judge reportedly ordered the trio held on bonds.

 

Image via WDIV Local 4 / Click on Detroit

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