A Vallejo woman is at the center of a Washington, D. According to an Internal Revenue Service affidavit, for years Deborah Jean Palfrey, 50, of Vallejo, was collecting the funds after prostitutes operating in Washington, D. She also reportedly told the Web site she closed the operation in August.
The body of Deborah Jeane Palfrey was found in a shed near her mother's manufactured home about 20 miles northwest of Tampa. Police said that she left a suicide note, but they did not disclose its contents. The mother found Palfrey, who had apparently hanged herself with nylon rope from the shed's ceiling.
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F ormer escorts and their clients testified that the so-called D. The women and their clients said they had sex during nearly every meeting, but under cross-examination they admitted that Palfrey, 52, never directly told them to have sex. Most of the witnesses were granted immunity from prosecution. The women were soft-spoken; the clients, both lawyers, were talkative.
A woman accused of running a Washington-area prostitution ring detailed her business in a TV interview Friday night but identified no new high-profile clients. Some of the phone records could be tracked to prominent business executives, NASA officials, at least five military officers and exclusive-neighborhood mansions, according to the ABC report. Ross said he personally called 20 to 30 people culled from the phone records.
Although she maintained that the company's services were legal, she was convicted on April 15, of racketeeringusing the mail for illegal purposes,   and money laundering. Autopsy results and the final police investigative report concluded that her death was a suicide. Palfrey was born in the Pittsburgh area town of Charleroi, Pennsylvaniabut spent her teens in Orlando, Florida.
If there's one woman who might take some small comfort in the Eliot Spitzer sex scandal, it's Deborah Jeane Palfrey, a. David Vitter, a family-values Republican from Louisiana, admitted he was on Palfrey's customer list and apologized. Deputy Secretary of State Randall Tobias, an anti-prostitution crusader, resigned last year after admitting he was also a Palfrey client.
The women all took the stand with the same downcast look, speaking in halting voices that radiated embarrassment. One was a US navy officer. Another held a PhD in education.
The woman, Deborah J. Palfrey, 52, sighed as the verdict was read. She had repeatedly denied that the escort service engaged in prostitution, saying that if any of the women engaged in sexual acts for money, they did so without her knowledge.
Around 2 p. Instead, he and three other people helped escort a family of ten ducks a mile through downtown D. One benefit of unemployment. He was waylaid by a mother duck and her nine ducklings, attracting attention in a park on Pennsylvania Avenue -- some admiring attention, and some concern; as Olsen wrote on his Reddit post of the photos, one person called the police, and another called the Humane Society.