cop admits thwarting brothel's rivals

Last week in New York, Dennis Kim, a former city police officer admitted that he took favors and money from a Queens brothel as part of a protection scheme that helped shut down its competitors. That's right, baby. Brothel Wars: Officer Admits He Helped Thwart a Brothel's Rivals.

Kim pleaded guilty in United States District Court in Brooklyn to a federal charge of conspiracy to commit extortion in his capacity as a police officer. He and a partner accepted money from the owners of the brothel, who supplied information that was then used in raids that closed their rivals. He also received sexual services from the brothel's prostitute for his role in the scheme. And now, he is busted.

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