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Boston police officers accused of paying for sex at spas

Boston (US), Nov.4 (ANI): Several local and state police officers are accused of regularly paying for sex with prostitutes at three spas in the Boston area, in an illicit enterprise that was allegedly covered up by authorities.

According to a report, a former employer of one of the spas said that as many as 30 police officers were involved in the racket.

The employee, who worked for spa owner Terry Mussari until police last month raided her premises in Brockton, Norwood and Canton, said customers would pay for a legitimate massage and then tip employees in the private rooms for sex.

She claims she repeatedly complained to local and state authorities about police officers going to the spa for sex, but that for years the complaints were ignored.

“It was kept hush-hush because it involved police officers. It’s not about what the girls did. It’s how everything was gone about, the cover-up at the police stations,” she told the station.

Norwood police say they investigated all complaints about the spa, and in April 2009 requested the assistance of the attorney general’s office but found no evidence of prostitution.

State Police Trooper David Lemar was suspended without pay over the accusations.

The spa employee said Lemar used to go to the spa for sex while on duty.

Lemar admitted to the station that he was a longtime customer of one of Mussari’s businesses, Aria Day Spa in Brockton, but denies doing anything illegal.

Mussari pleaded not guilty to a charge of deriving support from prostitution. (ANI)

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