February 03, 2015 05:30pm
Hof on Phoenix Hooker Bust
Source: Moonlite Bunny Ranch
by: Company Press Release
(CARSON CITY, NV) -- Bunny Ranch Brothel Baron Dennis Hof Blasts City of Phoenix On Warren Sapp Prostitution Arrest Disgrace: "I Told you Idiots So!" - Offers Free Legal Help and Legit Brothel Jobs to Two Busted Hookers
Bunny Ranch (BunnyRanch.com) brothel owner Dennis Hof is blasting the city of Phoenix in the wake of the arrest of NFL Hall of Fame legend Warren Sapp on prostitution and assault charges, attacking the Super Bowl Xlix locale for spurning his offer to set up a legal, regulated house of prostitution during the annual football event. At the same time Hof is making a public plea to the two women involved in the incident to come forward, promising them free legal counsel, and legitimate violence-free jobs as legal courtesans at his licensed Carson City Nevada whorehouse.
Months ago Hof, the owner of seven legal brothels throughout the state of Nevada, had visited Phoenix, offering to put up $500,000 cash to build a temporary legal brothel to operate during the weeks prior to the Super Bowl. Hof made his pledge in an effort to combat the crush of human sex trafficking that is reported to accompany all Super Bowls. The 42 year-old Sapp, who was covering the yearly championship for the NFL Network, was busted by local cops early yesterday morning at a Phoenix hotel and charged with soliciting a prostitute, and two counts of assault. The two women were charged with prostitution-related counts, and both women reportedly suffered injuries during the melee.
"This is a disgrace! The NFL couldn’t even keep its’ own announcer from taking part in the heinous and dangerous illegal sex trade that flourished during Super bowl week," said Hof. "All this could have been avoided had the Phoenix city politicians simply approved my plan to set up a legal, safe, regulated whorehouse for those who wanted to have a little adult fun. Now instead, the city is the laughing stock of the world, shamed by this disgusting spectacle of such a great football player caught up in an illegal prostitution bust. I am embarrassed for the city of Phoenix," intoned Hof, "But, I told you idiots so!" "Phoenix had its chance, now all anyone will remember about this Super Bowl will be Warren Sapp rolling around in the hallway of a hotel with a couple of streetwalkers," Hof said with obvious disgust, apparently washing his hands of the city. But the world-famous legal pimp held out hope of redemption for the two prostitutes involved, if not for the city of Phoenix, inviting them to work at his flagship brothel, the Bunny Ranch (located in Carson City, the state capital) and see for themselves how well Hof’s model of legal prostitution works.
Hof said he is asking the two women arrested—so far unidentified--in the early morning fracas to contact him directly, saying he will provide them with legal assistance, and then fly the two ladies to the Bunny Ranch where they can ply their XXX trade safely, and legally.
"I want to make honest hookers out of them," says Hof, "Street prostitutes are always at risk of being beaten up, or beaten out of their money by johns like Warren Sapp. This never happens at a legal, licensed, regulated brothel like the Bunny Ranch—never!"
Former NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Sapp, 42, was arrested at 2:30AM after one of two hookers that he brought to his downtown Renaissance Hotel room called the police reporting that a three-way brawl with the iconic sports star had spilled out into a hallway. Sapp reportedly admitted that he hired the whores, but denied he had smacked either of them around. The NFL Network immediately fired Sapp upon news of the incident. The Police said the fight was a dispute between the prostitutes and Sapp over money.
Hof, born and raised in the Phoenix area, visited the city last year seeking permission to set up his sex shop, and sweetened the proposed offer by putting $500,000 on the table. Although he publicly offered to meet with Sheriff Joe Apraio and County Attorney Bill Montgomery to map out a workable plan for such a bawdy-house, the Phoenix officials refused to see him.
"They said they wanted to stop sex trafficking, ok, I was going to give them half a million dollars for a lab experiment," said Hof. "It would have been called 'the Valley of the Sun Bunny Ranch' and after that initial $500,000 up front, the city would have taken in additional tax dollars from me. I was raised in Phoenix, I know Phoenix well, they need the money. I remember growing up working at a gas station near 24th and Van Buren, and prostitution was rampant then and is still a problem now."
Hof prophesied at the time, that setting up a temporary whorehouse during the 2015 Super Bowl in the Grand Canyon State one month before the football event, would dramatically cut down the amount of sex-trafficking and related social ills often linked to the yearly sports contest. And indeed, it may have saved Sapp from being arrested, and two hookers being assaulted.
When Hof was in Phoenix in 2014 proposing his brothel concept, he told the city fathers. "The Super Bowl will bring with it a potent wave of criminals from various corners of the offenders’ spectrum. Illegal prostitution and sex trafficking will lead the charge, as it does every year wherever the National Football League chooses to hold its’ annual championship game. Violent crimes are synonymous with the pimps who will set up shop all over your city, and disease will be prevalent with the untested and unregulated female victims that they keep under their brutal control."
If only they had listened.
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The world famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch (www.BunnyRanch.com) is featured in the long-running award-winning HBO reality TV series Cathouse, and is the most successful legal brothel in the history of the planet. For Interviews with Dennis Hof or any of the Bunny Ranch Girls Contact Email: Marc@BunnyRanch.com Voice: (775)-246-5683 Ext: 231. For press Inquiries: Marc Medoff Director of Media Operations the Moonlite Bunny Ranch 69 Moonlight Road Carson City, Nevada 89706 (775) 246-5683 Ext: 231 (888) BunnyRanch. Voice: (775) 246-5683 Ext: 231 Email: Marc@BunnyRanch.com Website: www.BunnyRanch.com