Miami escort and escort car: ‘I’m really proud of my job’
A Miami escort who’s known to the world for her work as an escort and who’s been called the “King of Miami” has come forward to say that she doesn’t regret the work she does.
Marilyn A. Piazza said she and her fellow escorts at the escort service Reno Escorts, known locally as MME, have done more than just escorting.
She’s also a certified mental health counselor and a certified public health educator.MME, the name of her company, is based in Miami and focuses on treating the mental health needs of women and girls.
She said that she is a “family person” and “a role model to my daughters and sisters” who are going through the same issues.
The company has been criticized for hiring former sex workers, a violation of a city ordinance that prohibits the use of prostitution to cover a private relationship.
Piazza told the Miami Herald that her company doesn’t use the prostitutes, but instead provides the escorts with counseling and mental health services.
“I have no regrets about being an escort.
I have no issues with the women, they’ve been good to me and they’ve treated me very well,” she said.
Pietro Carvalho, an attorney with the advocacy group Pro Bono Legal, said in an interview with the Miami New Times that Piazzas comments show that the company is guilty of hiring the sex workers without proper training.
“That kind of exploitation of these young women is a big problem in the city,” he said.
“The Miami Police Department is currently investigating whether or not there were any crimes committed in this case.”
Piazza has since filed a lawsuit against the city of Miami, claiming that her arrest was motivated by the prostitution of her clients, who were under 18 at the time of her arrest.
Periazzas attorney, David J. Sargent, said the lawsuit is an attempt to have the city pay for the women’s medical and mental care.
Sargent said that his client has been treated for mental illness for years and that she was given an evaluation that concluded she was not in need of treatment.
Perazzas husband, who works as a manager at a medical marijuana dispensary in Miami, was also arrested and charged with drug possession and criminal mischief after his arrest on a charge of resisting arrest.
He was later released on bond, pending trial.
Sagetti is the latest woman to come forward as an escorts or escort employee who has been accused of wrongdoing.
Earlier this year, former Miami escort Lisa McPherson came forward with allegations that she had sexual relations with men while working as a massage therapist.
She was arrested in 2015 after her ex-husband, a former stripper, claimed that he was the person who gave her the massage.
McPhersons attorney, Jeff C. Bostic, said McPhereson’s story is “not unique.”
Perazza, who is not a stripper herself, told the Herald that she would be a good example to her daughters, who she said are going to be the ones in their life who are getting their own business.
She added that she has had “positive experiences” working with women who are “in a different environment” and she hopes to continue working with the same women.