MILF Arrested in NYC

MILF Arrested in NYC

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By Alpha Harlot on March 13, 2012

I love a sexy MILF.  Smoking hot ladies like Lisa Ann and Nina Hartley totally turn me on because they’re experienced enough to know what they want and how to go about gettng it.

I live about twenty minutes away from New York City, and right now the local news is buzzing about a sexy suburban soccer mom who has been arrested and held on two million dollars bail for allegedly running a prostitution ring out of an Upper East Side Apartment in Manhattan.

This has all the makings of a block buster porn flick if you ask me.

Anna Gristina is a forty-four year old mother of four who rescues potbellied pigs in her spare time. The NYC police have accused her of running a brothel for wealthy clients to be sexually serviced by beautiful women from around the world.  They say her clients range from Fortune 500 executives, to local police officials.  According to news reports, Gristina did her homework and only took on new clients based on word of mouth and trusted referrals.  There was very little internet advertising, and nearly no text messages or emails exchanged between her and her clients to keep the evidence left behind very minimal. No “little black book” means that it's going to be difficult for police officials to arrest anyone else in conjunction with this crime.

(Anna Gristina with her husband)

Now, a few things about this situation bother me. I get that prostitution is illegal and everything, but two million dollars bail just seems like an enormous amount of money to post for a crime that is relatively “victimless.” Guys want to get laid, and through word of mouth they find out about this place that has high class, super expensive, fancy hookers. They pay however many thousands of hours to spend some time with the girl, sex happens and then they part ways.

I'm not sure that I understand what the problem is. Guys want sex, girls need to pay their rent, so why not just allow the world's oldest profession to continue without forcing people to pay ridiculous amounts of money for bail. 

Personally, I see prostitution as a type of interactive porn.

As long as everyone plays safe and gets tested for STD's regularly, then no one gets hurt.

Gristina said in an interview from jail, "If I'm such a big, high-profile madam, making all this money, and they had to investigate me for five years, why did they arrest me on a single promoting-prostitution charge, and only after I refused to talk to them?"   

Makes sense to me.  Maybe the NYPD should try hunting down real criminals instead of bothering with trumped up charges against soccer moms. Aren't there murderers and thieves running the streets still in New York City, or was it just such a slow week in the crime fighting business that they decided to go for a bust that would make headlines?

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