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Police have warned that a rash of illegal brothels in Melbourne CBD apartments may harbour trafficked women as sex workers. Police are concerned the Melbourne CBD apartments may harbour trafficked sex workers. Credit: Craig Abraham. Senior Sergeant Marilyn Ross told Fairfax Media that city apartments - usually in residential high-rise towers - were the newest venues for illegal sex work after massage shops, karaoke bars and hotels.
We see a lot of the massage shops but we are now seeing it in apartments, it is the next step and it is even far more discreet. According to Sergeant Ross the sex workers do not live in the apartments - instead the apartments are rented short-term, sometimes by a sex worker sole trader and sometimes by an 'employer' with several employees. Advertisements run on online classifieds sites. Sergeant Richard Farrelly of SICU - who last year found an Asian woman hidden in a wall cavity in a Seaford brothel to avoid detection - said serviced apartments as well as rented apartments were an emerging trend in illegal sex work.
It is literally as though you are walking into someone's apartment. He said residents groups in residential towers were a key in helping police.
They are usually open from ten in the morning until even midnight. Sergeant Ross said the apartments were unhygienic and the sex-work unregulated. There is a licensed industry in Melbourne which provides a safe environment for workers and clients. If you are considering attending one of these unregulated premises be aware that you are also at risk of being charged. In June, it emerged central Sydney's The Quay and Central Park developments held a thriving "pop-up" sex trade in apartments, which involved overseas students.
Illegal sex work in CBD apartments may harbour trafficked women: police. The Sydney Morning Herald. License this article.