Okc escort Jennifer Jones says she would never hire a man without a valid license.
She said her business is thriving because of the high demand from customers who are interested in escorting women to their destinations.
Jones said she recently booked a date for an escort in the Bakersfields town of Euless, which is about 25 miles south of Houston.
The date was supposed to take place in a park.
But when she showed up for work the next day, she discovered her escort was not at the park.
Jones told ABC affiliate KHOU-TV she was told to cancel the date, because she wasn’t a licensed escort.
“I was shocked,” she said.
Jones is not the only Okc Escort to have her license revoked.
She also said she’s had to cancel dates with men who had not been properly licensed.
In Texas, state law prohibits escorts from working in hotels or motels unless they are licensed.
Jones said her company is a charter airline and doesn’t have any other hotels or hotels that would allow a person to be licensed to work in a hotel.
Okc escorting in Texas is booming.
The Okc Clubhouse in Houston, which has about 15 escorts operating out of its booking office, has about 1,000 escorts working.
The company has been serving clients in the Houston area for almost three years, said Okc clubhouse president Kelly Gifford.
Gifford said the company’s escort service is one of several OKC escorts that are helping people navigate a busy time in the Okc escort industry.
It also helps people in need, Giffard said.
She said Okca is a good example of how Okc is trying to increase its business.
“We have been a business for 30 years,” she told ABC News.
“So I think it is the way to go.”