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an escort service that my friend used was busted. should they

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an escort service that my friend used was busted. should they be worried?
Thank you for your question. I am a licensed Pennsylvania professional. Please allow me to assist you.

Was he present when the service was busted? Was he on any of their listings or in their database as a client?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

he was not caught in the act. the service was busted. not sure if he's in the database as a client

Thank you for your follow-up, William.

Typically unless someone is physically caught in the act, there is very minimal risk of exposure or adverse action. It is very hard to prove or show that some sort of criminal enterprise took place, since simply paying someone to escort another is not against the law. As a consequence while this is quite worrisome, it is also likely not a concern because short of direct evidence of some kind, the is likely no fallout from this event.

Good luck.

Customer: replied 4 years ago.

if he posted online about it would that change anything?


If the person posted online about engaging in unlawful and sexual activity on public sites such as Facebook, it may allow law enforcement to charge. That is because he has already admitted to the offense. But it is again unlikely unless the person was caught proverbially 'red-handed' in the commission of the act because otherwise the person has a potential defense of claiming that the posting was in jest and in poor taste, but was not true.

Good luck.

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