Texas college prostitutes offered their customers a variety of options from a sex menu on the website School Girls by Jazleen, according to police officers who arrested their pimp Monday.
Authorities say 38-year-old Steven Charles Sumlin offered a list of services that could be performed by 30 different college women in San Antonio, Dallas, and Austin. The website also gave a description of the women, complete with their measurements and descriptions of what they would be willing to do with a paying customer.
San Antonio police arrested Sumlin following an undercover police sting, where a detective posed as a customer. The detective gave a $300 “donation” and was taken upstairs, where an escort disrobed and lied on the bed. She asked the detective to do the same and he asked her if she had a condom, and that’s when officers entered the house.
The women at the house turned on their pimp and cooperated with police after the sting.
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He was arrested on suspicion of aggravated promotion of prostitution. The website has since been taken down.
Police said Sumlin convinced the college women to be prostitutes with the promise of fast, easy money, and kept them there through the use of force and intimidation.
“He would go to these college campuses and attempt to reach out to these females. He would use Internet ads to try to reach out to college-age female students to work for him. They should not be answering ads that’s offering them to make a lot of money.”
Meanwhile, in California, the Los Angeles Police Department is investigating a company they believe is using Amber Rose’s name and image to lure young women into prostitution.
The company is allegedly using a copy of an old FaceTime session to trick young girls into believing Amber Rose is a member of the company.
Amber Rose took to Twitter recently to deride the use of her image, warning women everywhere to beware of tricksters impersonating her.
Prostitution and “sugar dating” are becoming more popular with college age women as they struggle to pay the rising cost of university tuition without going into debt for the rest of their lives.
Two websites: SugarDaddy and SeekingArrangement offer to set up young women with rich older men who spend an average of $3,000 a month on them.
Is the American education system to blame for forcing young women into prostitution?
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