I went to massage parlor first time in my life today. I went there of course getting happy ending. However, the lady there try to touch my private part without any protection so I did not have sex. I kept getting massage till time comes. I paid $200, and did not get sex.
After I get out of there police officer pull me to the side and interviewed me. Did you have sex there? how much did you pay? what is your purpose etc. these were pretty intimidating process.
at the end, they kinda forced me to say I went there for have sex and paid for it."if you told us that you had sex in there, you can go home today." this is what they said.
Also I explained them that I did not have sex there since sanitary reason.
officers took my driver's license number, phone number, and my address, and let me go.
They also told me that it was interview for investigation against the massage parlor, and it does not show on my record. They may call me to ask me to talk in the court etc.
Are they going to come arrest me?
or most likely it does not happen?
Thank you so much for the advice.
Most likely, I won't be arrested since they let me go home, right? ( wanna make sure)
Also I would like to know if it will show up in my record. I will be enlisted 3 month later. I don't want any problems. (should have avoid that place from the first place. I know)
Sorry for asking again and again.
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