Don't look now, but the housing crisis appears to have tipped the sex industry into utter turmoil.
First, cops begin using foreclosed homes for prostitution stings. Now, an Atlanta news team is reporting that a home stager—who was hired to help sell the property—was actually using the empty house to further her career as an escort.
Do yourself a favor and watch this video.
ATLANTA—The real estate market is tanking. Houses sit unsold. What's a homeowner to do? Hire a home staging company! Home staging is all the rage in metro Atlanta. The company brings in someone to live in your empty house. They bring along their furniture and pay your utility bills. They promise to help sell your house quicker. The home staging company makes its money by charging the home manager a discounted rent on your house. You don't pay a dime. So everyone wins, right? Wrong.Check out what happens (video: MyFoxAtlanta) when a home manager winds up running an escort service, and the homeowner can't get her out of her house.