A Portland massage therapist gave local police a detailed statement last year alleging that former Vice President Al Gore groped her, kissed her and made unwanted sexual advances during a late-night massage session in October in a suite at the upscale. The woman told investigators that she informed two friends and kept the clothes she wore that night, including her black pants with stains on them. But Portland police didn't contact any of the woman's friends, obtain the potential evidence or interview anyone at the hotel, records show. In her detailed Jan. She also said Gore had finished a beer and opened a bottle of Grand Marnier while she was in the room. While the Police Bureau considers it a closed case, it said it would reopen it if new evidence is received.
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'I'm done': The Robert Kraft scandal is scaring regulars away from erotic massage parlors
An undercover detective responded to an ad on Backpage. The detective was given an address in Herriman, where he met Dering and was taken to a basement room with a massage table set up. Dering eventually left the room while the second woman remained. A third woman later arrived and agreed to have sex with the detective for money, at which point other police intervened. Dering was indicated May 31 on one count of exploiting prostitution as a third-degree felony and one count of unlawful massage therapy as a class A misdemeanor.
Across the US, many illicit massage parlors avoid police detection
Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida, has become the epicenter of a large-scale human-trafficking and prostitution investigation involving multiple spas and massage parlors. Patriots owner Robert Kraft was charged Friday with two counts of soliciting prostitution. Jupiter police said Kraft paid for sexual services at the spa and that there is video evidence of Kraft in both instances.