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that will shock you article Posted April 07, 2019 09:10:53 A popular escorts business in Houston is facing a legal battle after the city launched an investigation into allegations that it violated state laws prohibiting the business from using prostitutes.
ABC News understands that a lawsuit is being filed by the Houston Escorts Association (HSA), which is based in San Antonio.
The complaint is being brought by the Texas Bar Association.
“This is the latest in a string of attacks against escorts in Houston,” said attorney Michael Karp of Karp & Co in Austin, who has represented the HSA in its legal fight with the city.
“The fact that the city is now taking action to prosecute this business speaks volumes about how much of a threat these establishments pose.”
The complaint alleges that the HCA, which is a not-for-profit group that has a membership of more than 5,000, has been operating illegally in Houston for at least two years.
“I have a client that has had her business, and the business is running like a charm,” Mr Karp said.
“She is a well-known Houstoner.
It’s not a big deal.”
The allegations of illegal activity stem from allegations made by a former client, a woman who was living with a client in Houston when the business began operating in October last year.
“They say that [the HCA] is a prostitution enterprise,” she told the Independent in an interview, adding that she did not want to give her last name.
“It’s a huge issue that has been brewing for years.”
In the complaint, the woman claims that the business was operating in violation of Houston’s Sex Trafficking Act, which prohibits the business owners from hiring a prostitute and requires them to register as a sex trafficking enterprise.
She said she has since lost at least $3,000.
She alleges that a man named William was involved in running the business.
“He is a known Houston criminal, he’s been in the city for years, and he was the only person that could make the money for them,” the woman said.
The lawsuit alleges that William is now facing a $50,000 bond on the charge of “unlawful solicitation of prostitution”.
According to a criminal complaint, a former HCA employee called the HHA on Friday to inform them of the alleged misconduct.
The employee told ABC News: “We have received information from a confidential source that a former employee of the HLA is in jail in Texas and he is in violation [of the sex trafficking law].”
The HSA has refused to comment on the allegations, but in a statement released on Sunday, the group said: “The HSA respects the law and is committed to serving all of our clients.”
“Our business is an honest, honest business that takes pride in providing quality services and is an important part of Houston and Texas.”
The lawsuit was filed in the US District Court for the Southern District of Texas on Tuesday, April 7.
It is being assisted by the Austin-based law firm of Kirkland & Ellis, where Mr Karsp is also representing the HTA.
“We are very pleased that the court has taken a hard look at these allegations and determined that they are serious,” Mr Kirkland said.
In July, the city of Houston announced it was investigating complaints of alleged illegal activity at the Hca.
The allegations were made in a complaint submitted to the city by the Harris County District Attorney’s office.
The city said the investigation was being led by a detective, who was later suspended.
“As a result of this investigation, the District Attorney will no longer take action against an individual who violated the Houston Sex Traffickers Act,” a statement from the city said at the time.
The Houston Escort Association is not the first Houston escorts group to face legal action.
In June, the Houston Women’s Society was sued by a woman, claiming that the group had violated state law.
A former client of the organization, who did not wish to be named, said the HWA had been operating in a way that made it appear that it was a sex trafficker’s business.
The woman said that she was unable to pay for her business and ended up losing at least half of her money, which was later returned to her.
In November, the Women’s Union of Houston said it was seeking a restraining order against the Hwa, which it said was a criminal enterprise.
“A criminal organization that exploits its members for their own personal gain, and is then profiting from their misery is a criminal organization,” the union said in a letter to the court.
“Any business owner, including a business that has an escorting business, is responsible for ensuring the safety of the people who work there.”
The Hwa is the oldest escorting organisation in the world.
It was founded in 1868 in the small town of Lakeland, Florida.
It has since grown to