LAWRENCE, Mass. (AP) — Police say the owner of a Lawrence massage parlor is facing charges because her employees allegedly performed sex acts on customers, some of which were videotaped without the clients' knowledge.
Lori Barron of Salem, N.H., is scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday in Lawrence District Court on charges of maintaining a house of prostitution, deriving support from prostitution, unlawful wiretapping, extortion and photographing unsuspecting nude persons,
The Eagle-Tribune reports the 50-year-old Barron was arrested Monday following searches of her home and her business, The Day Spa for Gentlemen.
Police say Barron's employees were not properly trained or licensed for massage, worked long hours, and were paid cash.
Barron's lawyer refused comment.