Belfast Telegraph

Brothel boss on the dangers of business

By Patricia Devlin

Vice Queen Angela Cosgrave revealed how a pervy retired teacher with a schoolgirl fetish confessed to one of her Belfast callgirls that he had been questioned by police over an alleged attack on a former pupil.

She said the ex-teacher called Frank had told the escort he had been to a police station for questioning just hours prior to meeting her for a massage.

Businesswoman Angela spoke of the client’s shock admission as she told our reporter how her escort agency tried to screen potentially dangerous or nuisance clients.

She said the agency kept a database of numbers of all callers and clients.

Angela explained her agency used the National Ugly Mug scheme (NUM) - a UK wide information sharing network which aims to end violence against sex workers and which highlights dangerous individuals who target escorts.

She explained how part of the receptionist’s job was to keep clients away from girls who did not want to see them.

But Angela told how one “dipsy” callgirl forgot to report that a nuisance retired teacher with a schoolgirl fetish had admitted being questioned by police.

She explained how the callgirl had at first refused to meet the ex-teacher because he was too old and her profile stated she did entertain men of his age. But when he turned up at her door she agreed to give him a massage “and nothing else”. After a second massage visit, the ex-teacher began sending messages to the office such as  “I want to be your dirty man and you can be my dirty little schoolgirl.”

Angela explained: “So the office blocked him. The office phoned her and it turned out that one night at a meeting he told he had been at a police station that day because a pupil had accused him of abuse.”

Agency boss Angela was clearly horrified that the girl had failed to report the client’s admission to her.

“I said to (the escort) why did you not say? She said ‘I forgot’. I said how can you forget something like that and she said she was trying to get home, as he was her last client.”

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