Yang, right, attends the Republican National Convention. Li Yang, the Florida massage parlor entrepreneur who created and operated a business that sold Chinese business executives access to President Donald Trump and his family at Mar-a-Lago, has yet another intriguing line of work. No direct evidence of any such activity has yet emerged. When Mother Jones tried to reach Yang at different phone numbers, each time a man answered the phone, said he did not speak English, and hung up.
She told him to take off all his clothes and then follow her into the shower room at a downtown Washington massage parlor. He was working for taxpayers. He was a police officer, and he was determined to uncover evidence. After a while, the officer and woman made their way back to a private room, where they agreed on oral sex for money. Before that happened, the officer was satisfied he had the evidence he needed and made an excuse to leave the massage business.
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Jan 17, — Polaris, a leader in the global fight to eradicate modern slavery and help survivors restore their freedom, released a new report today spotlighting human trafficking within illicit massage businesses, commonly known as massage parlors. The report, Human Trafficking in Illicit Massage Businesses , provides new research on the scope of the massage parlor business in the United States and details how this widespread and lucrative industry operates on the edges of legality while hiding massive criminal enterprises. Release of this report marks the launch of a national campaign to enact state and local laws that regulate massage businesses, similar to how most jurisdictions regulate other businesses like restaurants and beauty salons. Doing so will help eliminate massage parlor trafficking while ensuring the health and safety of customers and employees of therapeutic massage businesses.