Cops took down a bottle club doubling as a brothel run by a guy who calls himself “Freaky Freddie” in the Bronx on Valentine’s Day, records show.
It was a case of love for sale.
Cops took down a bottle club doubling as a brothel run by a guy who calls himself "Freaky Freddie" in the Bronx on Valentine's Day, records show.
The club advertised itself as "FDR Studios," and claimed, "Party space available for rent."
"We cater to all events," the flyer obtained by the Daily News crowed. "1,700 square foot space, private serving area, 3 private rooms inside space."
The paper included a picture of a child blowing out birthday candles.
Vice cops sent an undercover officer into the joint in a second floor apartment on Third Ave. near E. 147th St. in the South Bronx on the romantic holiday.
Inside, the officer paid a bouncer $20 at the door to get in. After he was frisked, he found sinful doings.
A bartender was selling beer and hard liquor to about 60 people. And women in various states of undress hung around, flashing their breasts at potential customers, the records show.
The place offered hookah pipes to customers, who were ordered by the club's managers not to take cell phone pictures or video of the scene.
The undercover watched as men allegedly paid Frederick Marshall, 42, and Daquan McPherson, 27, cash to accompany women to a number of small rooms in the back of the apartment.
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