Church leader asks prostitutes to call his phone number for work at his brothelBy Alexis Bell 7:27 AM December 1, 2017
People were surprised to learn that a church leader operated a brothel, which he disguised as a massage parlor, according to police in Oklahoma.
The Broken Arrow Police Department said that they have arrested 55-year-old Walter Brazington and 40-year-old Tiffany Roach after being accused of prostitution at the massage parlor.
Brazington has been charged with pandering and operating a place of prostitution.
Roach was charged with knowingly transmitting an infectious disease (HIV) and prostitution within 1000 feet of a school.
Both suspects have been booked into the Tulsa County jail.
Bail for Brazington was set at $6,000.
According to the police investigation, Brazington listed himself as an apostle and prophet for the All Nations Evangelistic Team.
A website for the All Nations Evangelistic Team claims that Brazington established 4 churches and 3 schools.
Brazington posted ads on Backpage, looking for prostitutes to work at his brothel, which he disguised as a massage parlor.
The phone number listed in those ads matched the phone number for Brazington’s ministry.
Police raided the brothel located at 804C S. Ninth Street.
Officers caught a customer having sex with Roach.
Brazington claimed that he only employed therapists at this spa.
Roach admitted to police that she knew that she was HIV positive.
50 customers have been exposed to HIV.