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Hello, On of the massage parlours was just busted by undercover

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On of the massage parlours was just busted by undercover for prostitution. They do have the regualr massage as well things like this on thie side. I call from my cell phone. Will they now investigate me???
Thank you for using JustAnswer. I am Loren, a licensed attorney, and I will do whatever I can to answer your question and provide excellent service.

It is virtually impossible that they will bother charging you with anything absent more proof than a cellphone call. Without you actually being there, they have no probable cause that you were involved in any illegal activity.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.



I did visit them 3 months ago for a massge. If their phone records were accessed, ? wont they imply that I am their client??


Customer: replied 3 years ago.
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Simply because you visited them 3 months ago does not mean that you committed any crimes. They would need to have actual evidence that you were involved in the prostitution actions at the massage parlor. It is the police's responsibility to prove as such. If you only went to the massage parlor for actual massages, then there is nothing to be concerned about. And even assuming you were involved with something illegal (I'm not implying that you were), it would take more than phone calls to prove that you were part of something illegal. There would have to be evidence that you paid for the prostitution.
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