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Its landing page was littered with pictures of women named "Scarlet Red," "Jina" and "Ara"—each photographed performing submissive positions and in various states of undress.
These "amazing beauties from Korea and Japan" mastered in "companionship between two adults" offered charms to deliver "your Geisha experience…an experience you will not forget. To spend time with the "models," a customer was invited to make an "appointment" by calling or texting a number posted on the site. If you passed the vetting process—confirming your job and reassuring you weren't a cop or a convict—a one-, two- or three-hour meeting was arranged inside a posh apartment in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Once arrived, a woman calling herself Amber interacted with the client in a series of text messages, giving strict instructions on everything from parking to paying.
The since-shuttered escort website was cloned using similar facades and nicknames at least twice: ExoticAsianAtlanta. They were taken off the internetby the feds who bagged five people—two women and three men—and charged them back in March for running brothels for as long as five years from "high-end" apartments and funneling the cash through the U.
Postal Service, according to court records reviewed by Newsweek. She pleaded guilty to committing interstate prostitution and money laundering conspiracy charges. She is scheduled to be sentenced on November 8. Co-defendant and former promising college musician Jineok Kim, 38, of Watertown, Massachusetts, last month also changed his plea to guilty for participating in the human trafficking ring and money laundering scheme. And a year-old man named Kyung Song of Lexington, Massachusetts, pled guilty earlier this month.