Pros­ti­tute posed as news an­chor

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - CHINA -

A 42-year-old ac­cused of pros­ti­tu­tion has been de­tained after she al­legedly mas­quer­aded as a news an­chor by post­ing pic­tures of younger women on­line. The woman, known as Yan Yan, came to the cap­i­tal as a mi­grant worker but be­came in­volved in the sex trade after she was un­able to find a job. She told po­lice that she as­sumed a false iden­tity so that she could raise her price from 150 yuan ($22) to 1,500 yuan per en­counter. crime on the evening of Nov 4. Ac­cord­ing to po­lice, he en­tered the house and started stroking his would-be vic­tim be­fore at­tempt­ing to rape her, but she suc­cess­fully fought him off. After his de­ten­tion on Nov 5, Ma told po­lice he had been drink­ing that night fol­low­ing a fight with his girl­friend. fin­ished, he was pre­sented with a bill for 20,734 yuan ($3,000). Po­lice de­tained the woman after dis­cov­er­ing she worked for the restau­rant. Two other fe­male em­ploy­ees have also been de­tained.

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