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Charged by police after tending to dying man

Postby admin » 13 Jul 2017, 21:42

An elderly cleaner is facing trial for brothel-keeping after rushing to the aid of a man who collapsed at the massage parlour where she worked and attempting to save his life. The “vulnerable” pensioner, who insists she had nothing to do with the running of the premises, has been “persecuted” by police following her rescue attempt when she should have been “applauded” for trying to help when others at the scene fled, according to the English Collective of Prostitutes (ECP), which has rallied behind her.

The 70-year-old woman, identified only as Ms C Norman, was working as a part-time cleaner at Bunnies Ranch massage parlour in Dorset when the incident took place in May last year.

Ms Norman said she alerted the emergency services, performed CPR on the man and waited with him until the paramedics arrived. Despite her best attempts to save his life the man subsequently died. Police apprehended the cleaner and charged her with brothel-keeping, an accusation she denies.

Ms Norman stressed that she did not hold keys to the premises or pay rent or utility bills and had no involvement with the running of Bunnies Ranch, which continues to operate today.

The pensioner, who is due to appear at Poole Magistrates Court on 25 July, said she was “distraught” at the allegations being leveled against her and has implored the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to drop the charges.

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