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It is possible that the police may well have negative views about escorts.
However, if you are operating lawfully there shouldn't be any risks in reporting this. Also, quite frankly, complainants quite often are just next week's defendant so I really don't think you need to worry about that. Victims usually have a list of previous convictions as long as your arm so the police don't usually expect that anybody be saintly.
There are limits to what they can do about this. You seem to be describing basically a harassment. That is an offence but it isn't the most serious on the statute books. If these people can be easily identified then they will be picked up and prosecuted. If not, then probably not. The police apparently take the view that investigating false allegations of sexual abuse made for the purposes of claiming compensation is more important than dealing with proper crime like burglary so realistically this offence is not going to get priority. It is quite difficult and time consuming to investigate things like withheld numbers and anonymous emails.
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