New Details Released In Prostitution Bust

There's new information on a northern Kentucky prostitution raid that involved massage parlors.

The Kentucky Enquirer reports the woman accused of running a national prostitution ring, 50-year-old Yong Williams, claims she can't make bond, despite allegations by prosecutors that she made more than half-a-million dollars.

Federal agents claim Williams ran a group that shuttled Korean women from parlor to parlor, to work as prostitutes in cities across the country.

Parlors in Boone and Campbell counties were involved in the nationwide raid.


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  • by Meloveyoulongtime on May 26, 2008 at 01:44 PM
    you fite charge youno do nothingrong.
  • by Bill on May 25, 2008 at 04:56 AM
    So what, they are earning thier way are they not.Thats a lot better then most Post Office Democrats in this state.They do nothing for thier money,have some respect for working folks.
  • by tim Location: lexington on May 24, 2008 at 07:01 PM
    I hope she post bond, I have a appointment tuesday at 3.git-r-done
  • by uneta Location: lexington on May 24, 2008 at 04:34 AM
    The city officals knows what is going to happen when or if they give bussiness license to these people, she'll post bond and be right back in business proably before the week is out, that's it, Come over to the land of free, that is if you come from another country, it's free for them, sure not for us.

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