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Owner Of Jade Massage Arrested

Yujing "Anna" Hou, 46, the owner of Jade Massage, was arrested for prostitution and promoting prostitution.

 

A press release from the :

Yujing "Anna" Hou, 46, with an address of Linden Avenue, Valley Stream, New York, turned herself into the Nassau County police April 10 after police attempted to serve her with arrest warrants at her residence last week.

She is the owner of Jade Massage Therapy of Clinton (also known as 888 Massage).

She is charged with prostitution (a misdemeanor) and promoting prostitution (a felony) in the second degree. She was held on a $50,000 bond and was presented in Middletown Superior court.

The warrant was issued as a result of an investigation by the Clinton Police Department and members of the Connecticut State Police. The investigation resulted in the execution of a search warrant at the business known as "Jade Massage Therapy" at 3 Post Office Square on March 8 of this year.

Police received numerous complaints from citizens reporting that male clients who were patronizing the business were engaging in sex with the female employees inside the business. The business was advertised on the internet and on signage in town.

Police were able to obtain a search and seizure warrant for the business on March 8, seizing evidence including business records, notes, lotions, oils, advertising and computers. Police also seized an internal surveillance system which could be recorded and accessed remotely by the business owner.

Police determined that the employees who worked at the business did not have a CT Massage license.  The employees and the owner were identified and all are from New York state.

cbell33 April 12, 2012 at 01:33 AM
It's about time that place got rubbed out!
Peter NIles April 12, 2012 at 12:24 PM
Does the landlord of the building who received rent from this business, have a responsibility to the town and to his own sense of decency to deny renting to questionable ventures ?
R Alvin April 12, 2012 at 03:12 PM
Good point Peter but if the tenant has a valid license how far should the landlord go to ensure good business practices.
Vindaloo April 12, 2012 at 10:59 PM
They did not have a valid license from valid school. The town is saying that they were licensed because they don't want to take the blame for their negligence. They turned a blind eye to the problem until the pressure to take action was too great.

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