Lawyer in trouble for extra-curricular activities

Lawyer in trouble for extra-curricular activities

03 March 2012 By Lawyers Weekly

Maybe it was to fund her mounting student debts, but a young female lawyer in the US has been accused of performing sex acts for men at about $100 a pop. As reported by Rollonfriday, 25-year-old…

Maybe it was to fund her mounting student debts, but a young female lawyer in the US has been accused of performing sex acts for men at about $100 a pop.

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As reported by Rollonfriday, 25-year-old sole practitioner Reema Bajaj has been charged with three counts of prostitution, based on accusations she performed sex acts for men, including one act alleged to have occurred in the vicinity of a school, which constitutes a felony rather than a misdemeanour and could mean jail time.

Bajaj apparently turned herself in after a warrant was issued for her arrest but denied the charges on her website (which has been taken down).

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Refuting the accusations, Bajaj said, "I am probably one of the few attorneys who knows what it feels like to be accused and in need of help".

According to Rollonfriday, Bajaj is an "unlikely prostitute" and her college colleagues were shocked to hear the accusations.

Lawyer in trouble for extra-curricular activities
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