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Thread: An SP Needs Our Help !!!

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    Unhappy An SP Needs Our Help !!!

    I am doing this to help out a certain SP that we all know pretty well from her posts here. Her family has found out that she is working as an SP and they are trying to dig up more to make her stop.

    Im asking everyone to please keep names out of this thread ... I will give you her name via PM if you have a handle here that has been registered prior to last week.

    Her family is threating to involve youth protection and is trying to hurt her any way that they can.

    She will not be taking appointments from people she does not know for awhile unless you can give her a referance to another sp that you have been with.

    Alot of us hide this from our families and when they find out its bad enough to have to explain but in this case they are trying to destroy her as well as her immediate family.

    Thanks for your help,

    PS.... if anyone does family law and is willing to talk to her please contact us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler
    Do I read this correctly: is she under 18?
    Or maybe it's because she has kids of her own...
    No, I'm not an SP you little pervert

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    Random thoughts

    1- Could you provide more details as to how the family found out? Especially: is it possible for the SP to "deny, deny, deny"? Either way, she must not admit anything to her family, since it will all be held against her (by them, in court, by child protection, etc.)

    2-Either way she will probably need to contact a lawyer very soon. Youth protection has broad powers and can make life difficult.

    3-She should expect a surprise visit any day, any time. Obviously there should be no drugs whatsoever in her house. If she is the slightest bit messy it might even be worth it to spend a bit of cash on a cleaning service to go clean her place "spic and span" as soon as possible. The "first impression" she will leave on child services is crucial.

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    sp needs help

    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler
    1- Could you provide more details as to how the family found out? Especially: is it possible for the SP to "deny, deny, deny"? Either way, she must not admit anything to her family, since it will all be held against her (by them, in court, by child protection, etc.)

    2-Either way she will probably need to contact a lawyer very soon. Youth protection has broad powers and can make life difficult.

    3-She should expect a surprise visit any day, any time. Obviously there should be no drugs whatsoever in her house. If she is the slightest bit messy it might even be worth it to spend a bit of cash on a cleaning service to go clean her place "spic and span" as soon as possible. The "first impression" she will leave on child services is crucial.
    youth protection will NOT take your child for being an sp!i had avisit from them years ago from a vindictive family member who i DEFINITELY do not deal with since then-8 years ago, they visited me twice , first time to investigate the allegations which IS their job, second time to close my file AND told me as long as your lifestyle does NOT affect your children they do not take them!but be careful anyways, good luck to her, i hope it goes well!

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    She is over 18 yrs old.

    It's not right what is happening to her.

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    If that is true, she will be very happy to know that. Thank you for your imput.

    Quote Originally Posted by sierrababy
    youth protection will NOT take your child for being an sp!i had avisit from them years ago from a vindictive family member who i DEFINITELY do not deal with since then-8 years ago, they visited me twice , first time to investigate the allegations which IS their job, second time to close my file AND told me as long as your lifestyle does NOT affect your children they do not take them!but be careful anyways, good luck to her, i hope it goes well!

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    I don't know who the person is, but all i have to say is that it's a sad situation, since i'd be willing to bet that one of the main reasons why the person is an sp is because of her love for her child in wanting to support the child financially, be a good provider & to possibly offer her a better life than she had herself.

    I hope things turn out good for the both of them....the mother & her child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday
    I don't know who the person is, but all i have to say is that it's a sad situation, since i'd be willing to bet that one of the main reasons why the person is an sp is because of her love for her child in wanting to support the child financially, be a good provider & to possibly offer her a better life than she had herself.

    I hope things turn out good for the both of them....the mother & her child.
    i agree! not everyone has a great job, she could be sitting on her butt collecting welfare, but decides to work instead maybe to save money to go back to school to get a better job,

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    You are so right Doc. Some women will go to any measures to make sure their children are taken care of.

    It is obvious that she didn't have such a good childhood seeing as how it is her family that is turning on her and starting all this shit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday
    I don't know who the person is, but all i have to say is that it's a sad situation, since i'd be willing to bet that one of the main reasons why the person is an sp is because of her love for her child in wanting to support the child financially, be a good provider & to possibly offer her a better life than she had herself.

    I hope things turn out good for the both of them....the mother & her child.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sierrababy
    youth protection will NOT take your child for being an sp! ... as long as your lifestyle does NOT affect your children

    The danger is that once an investigation into your lifestyle starts, who knows where it will end. She must play it safe. And different inspectors will have differing points of view as to prostitution and it's impact on kids.

    Not to mention that you don't know her background. Does she have any history of drug use? Arrests for any reasons whatsoever? What other things will the family say?

    Ex. of prostitution and drugs: http://tinyurl.com/46tj82 , http://tinyurl.com/4g6szs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler
    The danger is that once an investigation into your lifestyle starts, who knows where it will end. She must play it safe. And different inspectors will have differing points of view as to prostitution and it's impact on kids.

    Not to mention that you don't know her background. Does she have any history of drug use? Arrests for any reasons whatsoever? What other things will the family say?

    Ex. of prostitution and drugs: http://tinyurl.com/46tj82 , http://tinyurl.com/4g6szs
    that is a good point. but they,ve gotta prove it first,hopefully for her and the little one it;ll work out.WOW! what a link that reminds me of at LEAST 3 people i know this happened to.
    Last edited by sierrababy; 06-06-2008 at 03:57 PM.

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    Sierra is right, if the girl is not breaking any rules and is able to

    provide for her child in a safe envornment then I really dont see

    what the problem is. Its an honest job and the oldest profession

    in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler
    1- Could you provide more details as to how the family found out? Especially: is it possible for the SP to "deny, deny, deny"? Either way, she must not admit anything to her family, since it will all be held against her (by them, in court, by child protection, etc.)
    IDed her through internet ad with pictures....

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    I dont blame the girls for not posting their face in pictures.

    Makes you wonder if someone found her on an sp website what THEY were

    doing on said site.

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    Pseudonym?

    Im asking everyone to please keep names out of this thread ... I will give you her name via PM if you have a handle here that has been registered prior to last week.

    Obviously the family is aware of her real name but escorts as a rule employ pseudonyms. Is the vindictive family member aware of the pseudonym as well? Do they know any other details such as the agency? Is it necessary that members should be careful when reviewing not to provide the context as well? If as you suspect this family sleuth is going at it with a vengeance, it might be wise to take extensive precautions to protect her.
    Last edited by Regular Guy; 06-07-2008 at 02:12 PM.
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