Sex Worker Kicked Out of Public Housing for Working From Home During the Pandemic

Sex Worker Kicked Out of Public Housing for Working From Home During the Pandemic

A sex worker who “worked from home” during the coronavirus pandemic was reportedly removed from public housing in the UK after neighbors complained about her allegedly “loud” performances.

According to The Daily Mail, the 29-year-old woman, Nicola Parry, is accused of hosting up to 10 clients at a time in her home in Wythenshawe, Manchester.

Covid-19 constraints had forced Parry from an established brothel in Manchester’s city center back to her suburban home during a period of government-mandated restrictions from November 2020 to February 2021.

Testimony heard by the local Magistrates’ Court noted that customers would line up in their cars along the block beginning in the morning while waiting to see Parry.

Angry neighbors complained about her booming business, which caused disruptive noise at all hours of the day and night.

One diligent neighbor even kept a log documenting all of Parry’s numerous visitors, which the police used in their investigation.

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