A man who claimed to be an escort from New York to Vegas told Recode he made a lot of money working with escorts in New York, but he was also able to find a way to keep the money coming.
Tucson Escorts has been in business since 2003, and its motto is “Love and Sex, Love and Money.”
Its founder says he’s made enough money to pay for his children’s college.
Recode asked about a 2016 case where a man accused a woman of rape and later sued for nearly $20 million.
The woman’s attorney, who was a partner at the law firm, said the woman was in a relationship with another man, and the man was trying to convince her to keep their relationship a secret.
He claimed the woman made false allegations of rape.
Recode tried to find more information on that case.
The Escort-to-Escort service was created by a New Yorker named Andrew J. Buehler, who went on to become an investor and co-founder of LinkedIn.
In a lawsuit filed in 2015, Buehl said he was approached by a woman who claimed she was the owner of an escort service in Las Vegas, and that the woman paid Buehels $10,000 a month.
Recodes reached out to Buehls attorneys, who said the suit was false.
Buehler said the money was never deposited into the escorts account, but that he told the woman he was an investor.
He said he had “no idea” what the woman had in mind when she offered to pay him $10k per month, and said he did not want to be in a position to be responsible for her future.
The lawsuit was settled out of court.
Bühler said in the lawsuit that he never asked the woman to pay the money back, but did find out when she was on a flight and he tried to take her luggage and pay for her flight.
He also said he took a photo of the woman’s face, but when he showed it to his wife he took it down, saying he would never show it to anyone.
He later apologized, saying that he did it because he thought he would make more money if he told his wife.
He said he tried repeatedly to reach out to the woman over the years, but she had been divorced, and did not live in Las Vega.