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Donovan said investigators in that case had customers of the parlor tell them that they were exposed while receiving a massage, allowing prosecutors to define the acts as lewd, which are against the law. Burlibgton conceded, however, that other similar parlors continue to operate.
Typically the women who had been giving looking for massage Burlington Vermont ending massages disappear as soon as authorities swoop in, Donovan said. Those women are usually foreigners and prosecutors believe they are victims of human trafficking, he said, making a crackdown on the parlors a delicate balancing act. Rainville said it seemed clear that the massage parlors in Bennington were not providing traditional massage services, as all the clients were men, went in the back door and paid in cash only, free webcam sex chat no registration the owners carefully covered their tracks.
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The state in recent years has added laws surrounding human trafficking to allow prosecutors to go after those who run such operations, but Rainville said she and the FBI could come endin with no solid evidence that these parlors fit the definition.
She said the parlors continue to operate in Bennington.
Courtney Gabaree, youth advocate for the organization Hope Works in Burlington, said in her experience any time someone is selling sex services, there is some coercion involved. Often, she said, women deny they are being coerced at first but admit it after further discussion. According to Rub Maps, there are 13 or 14 operating in Vermont, she said, including at least seven in Chittenden County.
Donovan said there is an active investigation in Chittenden County. When is prostitution not really prostitution? Terri Hallenbeck.