Las Vegas madam claimed service was so discreet even Bill Clinton used them!
This photo provided by the Las Vegas Police Department shows Rashena Rashel Kemp (left) and Rachael Alexander (right). Police said Friday, June 8, 2007, that Esperanza Brooks, 36, a cheerleading coach at the prep school founded by tennis star Andre Agassi, and Kemp, 30, believed to be her business partner, were arrested Wednesday night in a Las Vegas restaurant after Brooks agreed to deliver three prostitutes and drugs to undercover detectives at a hotel-casino. Brooks, a woman believed to be her business partner, Rashena Rashel Kemp, and Alexander, Tiffany Alvord and Rachel Wall, each believed to be prostitutes working for Brooks, were arrested in the sting, police said. (Philly.com)
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The Las Vegas Review Journal reported this shocker today:
Esperanza Brooks bragged about her discreet girls and high-end clientele.
But the cheerleading coach turned moonlighting madame name-dropped to the wrong people and landed in jail last week.
Las Vegas police arrested Brooks, 36, and four associates last week after a two-week investigation into the local prostitution ring. The investigation started when a tipster told detectives about a cheerleading coach at Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy who might be running a prostitution service.
When an undercover detective called Brooks, she said her girls were clean and only serviced upscale clients, a police report said. She later boasted that she had more than 40 women working for her and that her clients ranged from basketball star Shaquille O’Neal to a former president, according to the report.
“These are not your average girls. Some of them have worked with Bill Clinton,” Brooks told an undercover officer, according to the report.
Police don’t have any information to prove or disprove Brooks’ clientele claims, Officer Jose Montoya said.
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