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mark vegas

i was recently in las vegas and upon winning 2500 two women (dancers) approached me and asked me if i was interested in visiting them at the club they worked at. they proceeded to ask me if i would like a private party to which i agreed. we went to my hotel room (the room was paid for). we partied (there was no sexual contact) and they stripped, etc. hotel security came and asked me to leave upon which i noticed the money was stolen from my pants which never left my body. furious i told them i had money stolen and that i had paid for the room. they called the police who arrested me and threw me in county jail for tresspassing, solicitation of prostitution, and obstructing an officer. the women were released and i was thrown into lock down for one day straight. i was released two days later. i would like to write a plea. do i have strong legal ground.



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Well, needless to say, i hope you learned your lesson. Never let your little brain outrule your brain upstairs.

anyway, i am not sure what nevada rules are. I do know that what you asked for could most likely not be considered soliciting a prostitute. I know as a general rule, prostitution laws are liberal.

as to your room, you can't be charged with trespassing if you can show the room was paid for. But, they can kick you out (and sometimes you forfeit your fee) if you do things that are against the hotel rules. I wasn't there, I don't know.

Check with a local attorney.

Hope this helps.


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My response:

Spending the whole night cuddling a woman you've just had sex with is:

A. The best part of the experience

B. The second best part of the experience

C. $100 extra


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