Friday, May 04, 2007

Service Woman


A Naval Academy instructor worked as an "independent contractor" for a Washington-area escort service whose owner is accused in federal charges of running a prostitution ring, the escort service's former owner's lawyer said last night.

Montgomery Blair Sibley, an attorney who represents Deborah Jeane Palfrey, the so-called D.C. Madam, in a related civil case involving the government's seizure of her assets, confirmed a report yesterday on the Navy Times Web site that the female academy teacher was among 132 contractors who provided "legal sexual and erotic services" to clients in the greater Washington area.

He declined to identify the instructor but said she had been identified by ABC News, to whom he and Palfrey have turned over phone records from the former business, Pamela Martin & Associates, which operated in Maryland, Virginia and Washington.

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