‘No Money No Honey’ Democrat Congressman Caught Up In Massage Parlor Scandal
U.S Congressman Ron Kind, a Democrat from Wisconsin is wrapped up in a controversy surrounding a massage parlor where according to a Fox News report advertised where people can pay for sex.
Rep. Ron Kind, disclosed that he earned between $15,001 and $50,000 in rental income from a building he owned.
One of his tenants is the Asian Sunny Massage – formerly known as Impression Spa – which advertised on websites that are known to illicit money for sex.
From Fox News:
Asian Sunny Massage – previously named Impression Spa – advertised on various illicit websites that are known as avenues for illicit sex. Some of such websites are RubMaps, AssortList and BodyRubsMap.
Impression Spa’s RubMaps page was first indexed in 2018, according to Google. USA Today has described RubMaps as a “Yelp for sex spas.”
AssortList is a website like Craigslist that includes services for “adult” services.
Reviewers of the parlor have described some very concerning activity, one reviewer complained that there were “no professional boundaries to the clients.” Another reviewer posted that his “actual massage was terrible” and stated the owner of the parlor told him, “no money no honey.”
The owner of the parlor, Jie Yang said that they only perform massages and no other “services.” However, when pressed on why the business was advertised on illicit websites, Yang’s only answer was they “only use Google.” Yang claimed that her “manager” handled advertising and offered to have her contact Fox News. When Fox requested the contact information Yang refused and said they would only speak with police.
According to his website, Kind sits on the House Ways and Means Committee and does not share any assignments with Rep. Eric Swalwell who’s got his own problems.
Kind has served in Congress since 1997 and was endorsed by Biden during the 2020 election cycle.
Kind wouldn’t be the first Congressman embroiled in scandal involving a brothel and probably won’t be the last.