When Trump speaks of the concerns of immigration, I’m not sure he’s talking about hot blonde hookers traveling to the U.S. to service American clients. In fact, I’m quite sure he’s not.
Despite the downing of Craigslist and Backpage, the professional sex workers business remains thriving online, with the more upscale, meaning fit and attractive self-described models, featuring their travel schedules and hiring protocols on their own flashy and photo-filled websites. Such as the case of Sophia Belle, an online alias for Scottish citizen, Sarah Louise McGill, 28, who during her week’s stay in Florida took on a paid client who turned out to be a 14-year old boy.
It’s unclear how the police discovered the illicit sexual encounter, but they raided McGill’s hotel room and found evidence of the sex and transaction. $480 for protected intercourse to be precise. Unclear where a fourteen year old boy gets that kind of cash, but assume it’s part of the bigger story as to how he was found out and turned in his pro.
McGill, aka Sophia Belle, had a ton of sweltering how photos on her social media and home website, all gone now as she deleted everything either before or shortly after arrest. Or her manager did. Or somebody did. It’s all gone save a few small nuggets, including her self-description:
My sparkling eyes, a radiant, smiling face, a sharp mind and rich conversation, interspersed with delicious and mischievous smiles. In conversation I pace my words in a soft voice and gestures of rare lightness which have sublime charm. Without a doubt, I breathe the joy of living and happily posses the excitement and vigour that makes those that surround me unbosom themselves in the most erotic way.
It’s unclear what the unbosom-ing process looks like, just know that is costs you around five hundred. Discounts perhaps if you can’t yet grow facial hair.
Certainly McGill will plead ignorance of the boy’s age, which will prove to be entirely unhelpful in her case. Or not as helpful as wearing something low cut to court and reminding everybody that they’re guilty of something. McGill has been ordered to surrender her passport. Welcome to America, Ms. McGill, won’t you enjoy our hospitality for a bit longer.