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Woman charged with keeping Naas brothel

Postby admin » 08 Jul 2017, 00:18

A woman appeared in Naas District Court yesterday, Wednesday, November 16, on a charge of allegedly running a brothel in Naas. At the November 16 sitting, Terezinha Aparecida de Jesus (73), with an address given as 8 Basin Street, just around the corner from the courthouse, appeared before Judge Desmond Zaidan.

Garda Inspector Oliver Henry said it is being alleged that on November 9 last, Ms de Jesus, allowed the premises at 8 Basin Street, Naas, to be used as a brothel.

Judge Zaidan raised some initial issue about the charge sheet and the matter was adjourned temporarily for that to be clarified by the prosecuting female Garda.

Matthew Byrne, solicitor, representing Ms de Jesus, said his client was from Brazil and spoke Portuguese as a native language. “There was somewhat of a language barrier,” he said.

When the matter was called later, the prosecuting officer, Garda Rogers, clarified the matter on the charge sheet. She told the Court that when the charge was put to Ms de Jesus, the defendant made no reply.

Judge Zaidan opted to allow the amendment to the charge sheet.

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Re: Woman charged with keeping Naas brothel

Postby admin » 08 Jul 2017, 00:18

The State has sought more time to progress a case against a woman in her 70s who is alleged to have run a brothel in Naas. The woman first appeared in Naas District Court, on a charge of allegedly running a brothel in Naas, on November 16.

It is alleged that Terezinha Aparecida de Jesus, with an address given as 8 Basin Street, Naas, allowed the premises at 8 Basin Street, Naas, to be used as a brothel on November 9 last.

On November 16 Judge Zaidan raised some initial issues about the charge sheet and these were cleared up. When the charge was put to Ms de Jesus that day, she made no reply.

Also that day, Mr Byrne said that Ms de Jesus’s 98-year-old mother was very ill and asked for a date which would enable her to deal with family matters while the case progressed. The matter was adjourned until December 14 and Ms de Jesus was remanded on bail to that date and further adjourned to January 18.

The defendant was granted an interpreter and free legal aid.

On January 16, Garda Inspector Patsy Glennon said he was seeking more time to clarify some issues.

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Re: Woman charged with keeping Naas brothel

Postby admin » 08 Jul 2017, 00:19

A case against an elderly Brazilian woman, charged with keeping a brothel, has been adjourned once again after it was revealed that the prosecution only supplied her solicitor with details of the charge earlier this week.

That’s despite the fact that the alleged offence occurred on November 9, 2016 and the defendant, Ms Terezinha Aparacida De Jesus, 74, with an address listed at 8 Basin Street, Naas, has appeared before the court several times since then. Ms De Jesus is charged with keeping a brothel at her home address.

“This is the fourth time the case has been listed,” solicitor Matt Byrne told Judge Desmond Zaidan yesterday, Wednesday, June 7. And he added: “I only received disclosure last night. The State had three months to furnish it since the last appearance.”

Prosecuting Gardai explained that a Garda witness is currently on UN duty for the next several months.

Mr Byrne asked for the matter to be struck out on the basis of the undue delay.

Judge Desmond Zaidan said it was “most unsatisfactory”.

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Re: Woman charged with keeping Naas brothel

Postby admin » 08 Jul 2017, 00:19

A case against a woman alleged to have run a brothel in Naas has been further adjourned after it emerged that the defence will making a legal argument at the start of the case.

It is alleged that Terezinha Aparecida de Jesus (73), with an address given as 8 Basin Street, Naas, allowed the premises at 8 Basin Street, Naas, to be used as a brothel on November 9 2016. When the charge was put to Ms de Jesus previously, she made no reply.

Early this year Gardai asked for more time to clarify some issues and later they said that the technical issues involved had now been addressed and the matter could proceed.

When the case came before Naas District Court on July 5, Matthew Byrne, solicitor, representing Ms de Jesus, who is from Brazil, said he had received disclosure of the evidence and would be making a preliminary legal point.

Garda Inspector Patsy Glennon said the case could take two hours.

Judge Desmond Zaidan said it would be helpful if preliminary points were signalled beforehand. He adjourned the matter until later this month.

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Re: Woman charged with keeping Naas brothel

Postby admin » 26 Jul 2017, 23:37

A 73-year-old woman charged with running a brothel in Kildare has told a court that she needed money to pay for for a kidney for her son. At Naas District Court today (July 26), Terezinha Aparecida de Jesus, with an address given as 8 Basin Street, Naas, pleaded guilty to allowing the premises at 8 Basin Street, Naas, to be used as a brothel on November 9, 2016.

After hearing details of the case, Judge Desmond Zaidan applied the Probation Act on the basis that she was going back to her native Brazil. The woman, who was assisted and comforted by her Portuguese translator during the hearing, was visibly upset during the case.

When she appeared at an earlier sitting of the court on July 5, the case was adjourned after it emerged that the defence said it would be making an initial legal point. Earlier this year, Gardai asked for more time to clarify some issues and later said that the technical issues involved had now been addressed and the matter could proceed.

When the question of the legal point was raised today, Matthew Byrne, solicitor for Ms de Jesus, said that while there was a legal point to be made, his client had instructed him to plead guilty.

A female Garda told the court that the premises on Basin Street was put under surveillance and there had been a complaint from a member of the public. Gardai visited it on November 9 of last year and it emerged that the defendant was looking for €80 for sex. There was only one female, Ms de Jesus, there at the premises.

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Re: Woman charged with keeping Naas brothel

Postby admin » 08 Aug 2017, 19:15

At an age when most people are enjoying a quiet retirement, Terezinha Aparecida de Jesus was running – and working in – a brothel in Co. Kildare. This week she walked free from court because she planned to return home as soon as the court case was over.

During the hearing at Naas District Court, Judge Desmond Zaidan asked her barrister if people were paying €80 to have sex with a 73-year old woman. “It would appear that way,” explained a Garda witness who also said a younger person appeared on the online advert.

The court heard a younger woman had been advertising on a sex-for-sale website, but De Jesus was the only person found working there by Gardaí. She said was running the brothel in a Co. Kildare backstreet to pay for her 40-year-old son’s kidney transplant. She also wanted to return home to her seriously ill 98-year-old mother.

The terraced house in Basin Street, in Naas, was put under surveillance after a complaint had been made by a member of the public. When Gardaí paid a visit to the house on November 9 last year, De Jesus was seeking €80 for sex and she was the only person on the premises. Another younger woman was involved, but was not there at the time of the offence, according to the garda witness. Officers found just €80 in cash at the Basin Street property.

Gardaí said De Jesus had arrived in Ireland just days before the raid and only had a single customer. The OAP is believed to be one of the oldest people to come before the courts in connection with the sex trade. But while the vast majority of prostitutes are in their 20s and 30s, there is also a number of women in their later years working in the business.

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