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Tonight while chatting with my regular escort about traveling with me to a different country he mentioned he didn't have a passport. I said no problem I can cover your passport expense; he relayed it wasn't the cost but that he is a convicted felon who did 5 years in prison.

 

Obviously this caught my attention, thankfully it didn't shock me to the point that I might have bitten down since his cock was in my mouth at the time :O

 

He's such a affectionate guy, someone I really enjoy being with. Now I'm a bit concerned about even seeing him again. His conviction is a sex related crime.

 

Anyone else come upon a like situation? If so how did you deal with it?

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It was a "sex related crime"

 

The specific DEFINITION of this would bring different answers. IF he is a card carrying NAMBLA member.....DISTANCE yourself. What he might have in his possesion (or do) CAN reflect on you and endanger those around you. Furthermore, IF it was a VIOLENT "sex related crime" > there is a GOOD CHANCE that a tendancy towards that could unfortunately break through dramatically in closer settings or in a more intimate involvement. Someone who confuses SEX with VIOLENCE will REPEAT this pattern and the TARGET will most often be the person he is driven to dominate and control. The Client/Escort relationship by nature has a certain level of BARRIERS/WALLS and MASKS that BOTH parties wear. IF the SAFETYS are removed the DYNAMIC might be more then you could handle. SUGGESTION: If you have ANY FEAR...RUN AWAY!!!

 

IF the FELONY was a ROBBERY or such(especially in his youth)..I would feel differently.

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>Tonight while chatting with my regular escort about traveling

>with me to a different country he mentioned he didn't have a

>passport. I said no problem I can cover your passport expense;

>he relayed it wasn't the cost but that he is a convicted felon

>who did 5 years in prison.

>

>Obviously this caught my attention, thankfully it didn't shock

>me to the point that I might have bitten down since his cock

>was in my mouth at the time :O

>

>He's such a affectionate guy, someone I really enjoy being

>with. Now I'm a bit concerned about even seeing him again. His

>conviction is a sex related crime.

>

>Anyone else come upon a like situation? If so how did you deal

>with it?

 

What state or area was this in without saying the actual escort name if you are reluctant to such. I have known a escort similiar situation and would highly recommend staying away from him. If you want please email me privately and I will disclose or you can disclose your escort

>

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Well… not exactly a sex criminal… but one guy I saw was a fugitive from justice from another country. I guess after being with him several times he needed to open up with me and divulge his past. He was in the USA illegally, was illegally subletting an apartment in NYC, and had an illegal doing domestic work for him... etc. etc. Well, so what else is new? However, he then told stories of illegal drugs… well that’s not a shocker either as long as he did not use them when he was with me… but when he told me he was wanted for beating up a guy silly in connection with some sort of drug deal… and he divulged this information while having a flogger in his hand… and was about to use it… and use it on me... that gave me cause for concern that this guy might snap and “go over the edge” so to speak. In other words, too many potential red flags… and something tells me there was probably more to convey.

 

Actually, I was disappointed with his performance that evening… which I might have overlooked as just being an off-day… but that combined with his stories about being a fugitive combined with the gleam in his eyes as he described how he assaulted his victim did it in for me and I decided to end the relationship.

 

At times it is OK to live somewhat dangerously… but not too dangerously. On needs to know when and where to draw the line based on your personal “comfort zone”.

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You would really need to know what the actual facts were, although 5 years was probably not for peeing in alley or similar minor offense which sometimes get labeled as sex crimes. 5 years must have been something serious. Having said that, I corresponded with Cody Foster when he was in the penitentiary, and got to know him well after he was released. In short, the cops broke into his home at night based on someone's false claim that Cody was a burgler. Found nothing. But, Cody threatened the cop, and he was charged with intimidating a witness, a felony. (withnes to what??) Public defender advised him to plead guilty. so he spent 4 years in the pen. I obtained the court records to verify the above. He was not violent and I never felt threatened with him.

If you knew the county where he was charged, you might be able to access his records on line. Or obtain a brief record from the clerk of the court, if you want to spend that much time.

I suggest, in any event, you ask him for his side of the story.

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There are 2 sides to every story. I was with someone

who also disclosed they had a felony record. When he

told me, I had already seen him once before and we

were getting along well.

 

Without this escort's really amazing personality

and generosity that he showed me before the

disclosure, I would also have been feeling

a bit uncomfortable. In this case, I was

fine with it.

 

Since he told me on our second incall visit

to what I knew was his home, in addition to

our already getting along really well, I was

a bit more comfortable than if things had been

different. That doesn't mean I let my guard

down, but it meant that it really didn't

matter much to me, in this case.

 

Lookin4hotties

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NOTE: IF he said he served "5 years in prison"...he was probably sentenced to more and got off for "good behavior." This should give you an indication of the seriousness of the charge. BEWARE! At the VERY MINIMUM you should do a BACKGROUND CHECK before you continue contact.

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:-) :-) :-) :-)

 

Kindly tell me how to do a background check on an escort? What information do you need to give? Is there a free website to do it or is it one of the sites that you have to pay? Please advise.

 

I cancelled an appointment with a Chicago escort recently and avoided his calls by blocking his number. I found out he was in prison in a big state! :)

 

He did admit to some degree, but did not want to elaborate. There were several instances that I felt uncomfortable even talking to him on the telephone.

 

He was reviewed here in the past.

 

:-( :-( :-(

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As always, assume he is HIV Positive. If he is gay or willing to have gay sex, he had many opportunities for unprotected sex in the slammer.

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According to the most recent DOJ report on felony offenses in the US, five years served in a state prison likely means that he was convicted of a violent offense. Common violent crimes with a five year plus sentence would include sexual assault and armed robbery, but not murder.

 

If he was in a federal prison, he might have been in for drug or weapons trafficking.

 

...Hoover

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I appreciate all the comments in this thread. Some have given me pause for thought. Also, I guess I should answer some questions that were brought up.

 

The time sentenced was 7 years and he did 5 the remainder went to parole, as he was let out early for good behavior. He recently was released from parole he informed me.

 

The sex related crime involved a minor girl. At the time she was 13 and he was 19. Obviously this is of great concern.

 

I live in the Southeast but will not mention the escorts name. I have been seeing him a while now, he is a really nice guy and a good escort. His admission really came as a shock as it appears to be so not him. Maybe he learned from his mistakes?

 

At this point I have no plan to travel with him yet not sure if I want to keep seeing him locally or not. I really have mixed feelings about the latter. People do bad things but can change, right?

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>The sex related crime involved a minor girl. At the time she

>was 13 and he was 19. Obviously this is of great concern.

 

If the crime was simply that he had sex with her, I don't see it as a very big deal. It shows that he was stupid but not dangerous.

 

Keep in mind that many 13 yr olds these days look more like 16 or 17 so perhaps he didn't even know how young she was. If the sex was consensual then I really wouldn't be worried.

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>>The sex related crime involved a minor girl. At the time

>she

>>was 13 and he was 19. Obviously this is of great concern.

>

>

>If the crime was simply that he had sex with her, I don't see

>it as a very big deal. It shows that he was stupid but not

>dangerous.

>

>Keep in mind that many 13 yr olds these days look more like 16

>or 17 so perhaps he didn't even know how young she was. If the

>sex was consensual then I really wouldn't be worried.

 

 

 

 

Are you insane!? No wonder so much of mainstream society views FAR-LEFT, flaming-liberal gays as complete loons (just visit the politics section of this forum for a good laugh).

 

A 19-year-old screwing/raping a 13-year old CHILD is RAPE... and you say "it's NOT a big deal???!"

 

Are you a member of NAMBLA by chance?

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The 19/13 sex was probably consentual, because a violent rape, against her will would have landed him in the pen for many more years. Yes, yes, it is wrong. But it does not indicate that the guy is violent. There is nothing that should cause a gay client to believe he presents a danger, which is the subject of this thread.

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The escort placed a lot of trust in you to reveal these details as to why he could not obtain a passport. The young man took a risk that you'd understand the situation. He certainly would not have expected to wind up as the subject of a discussion on this message board.

 

No doubt there's more to this story and I'm not exactly sure there's a need to learn more about it. He made a serious mistake that he'll have to carry for the rest of his life. How culpable the 13 year-old girl was in this matter is open to question. (With 18 high school girls in Massachusetts making pacts to get pregnant these days I'm not shocked by much.)

 

Had he not revealed the details to you as to why he could not travel internationally you'd have no clue as to this delicate matter. There's a very fine line in this business of sharing of information between clients and escorts. Sometimes when it's crossed it ruins a good thing.

 

Ultimately you'll have to decide if you are comfortable enough to continue seeing him. He's likley going to have to make the same decision about you.

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>The 19/13 sex was probably consentual, because a violent

>rape, against her will would have landed him in the pen for

>many more years.

 

 

 

It doesn't matter if it was "consentual". A 13-year-old CHILD can't give legal consent.

 

 

 

Yes, yes, it is wrong. But it does not

>indicate that the guy is violent.

 

 

 

It also doesn't indicate otherwise. I like to error on the side of caution.

 

 

 

 

There is nothing that should

>cause a gay client to believe he presents a danger, which is

>the subject of this thread.

 

 

 

The subject of this thread is: "My Escort Is a Felon."

 

The fact that some would label fucking a 13-year-old as "no big deal" is ALARMING to say the least and more people should call him out on it.

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TRUST ME..."THEY KNOW THEIR OWN KIND." A 19 Yr old would recognize a 13 yr old as that much younger. He KNEW what he was doing. The length of the sentence indicates it. Since he was just pass teens a judge would have let him off with a "slap on the wrists"...IF it was concensual. However, the charge indicated that it was RAPE in the eyes of the law and the victim. He is almost definitely a TRUE pedophile with most likely sociopathic tendencies. To RAPE a child shows total lack of conscience and moral core. Sociopaths are KNOWN for their charm but make NO MISTAKE they are DANGEROUS!!! IF they do not get thier way they STRIKE OUT!!! The victim HAD TO have been actively involved in the case against him to get that lengthy a sentence. R.Kelly is an example. They had no victim's charge in THAT case...so R.Kelly walked. Your escort's computer activity might even be monitored by the feds. They MIGHT even be monitoring his contacts. NEVER allow him access to YOUR COMPUTER. During the "CANDYMAN" sting, one man was arrested for child porn because his room mate downloaded it (without his knowledge) on his laptop while he was working. BEWARE!!!! BE VERY CAREFUL!!!

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It dosn't sound good, but at 13 people thought

I looked like I was in college. Since we all were

not witnesses, victims, nor participants in this

crime, who knows what the circumstances were.

You can violate the law and be convicted even

without intent or knowledge that you have

committed a crime. Or you can be guilty

as hell.

 

Lookin4hotties

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This is why if someone discloses they have

a felony record, don't ask what it is and

they really shouldn't disclose what it was.

Don't ask, don't tell. Why is it any of my

goddamned business what the escort has done

before and after he spends time with me?

I expect and also give a presumptive right of

privacy. As clients, as long as we're safe

in our "persons, faculties and possessions"

(in the words of James Madison), the rest

is none of my business. I sure as hell

would not want an escort to do a background

check up on me, why is his background any of

MY business?

 

Escorts are sure as hell not choirboys and

I would not hire them if I obsessed with

who they've slept with, what drugs they

may have taken in the past, what crimes they

could have committed, etc. It is

senseless to even think about. That's nice

if someone has a record, they could also have

just stabbed their grandmother to death in the

basement, and thus may not yet have a record.

 

I agree with Merlin, keep an eye out for your

own safety with everyone and keep your ass

out of someone's private life. To anyone who

thinks this is part of left-wing liberalism,

doesn't Rush Limbaugh say the essence of

conservative values is "liberty"? As

James Madison spins in his grave, do you

think it is your right to have a detailed

report on an escorts background? How

about the escort asking for your credit

report? Or driving record, perhaps?

 

Lookin4hotties

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he didn't have a

>passport. I said no problem I can cover your passport expense;

>he relayed it wasn't the cost but that he is a convicted felon

>who did 5 years in prison.

 

 

:-) :-) :-) :-)

 

The passport issue should be addressed I think! I am not an expert on the subject matter, but I was told the following:

 

I believe a convicted felon, who is not on parole or any limiting situations can get a US passport. There is no question on the application form about arrests or convictions, and no law that limits the foreign travel of a convicted felon, unless it has been so ordered by a court.

 

Generally, just because a person was convicted of a crime, does not mean he cannot get a passport. Basically, if he has any outstanding warrants, or child support owed over $5,000, a person will be on this list -- a list that precludes a US national from leaving the US territory. Also, any law enforcement can request that a person be placed on this list if he does not want the person in question to get a passport, e.g. the likelihood that the person in question would flee to avoid prosecution, etc.

 

 

So basically, if you say, you will pay for his passport expenses and you feel comfortable with him and want him to be with you on a trip-- What could I say? Except go get the passport and BON VOYAGE!

 

 

P.S.

 

If I was reading your posting right, your main concern was not the escort's character or past conviction; but the supposed block or the perceived inability and problems to obtain a passport!

 

I hope I was right in looking at this angle --if not...I hope to have answered a tangent topic to your post :)

 

 

 

 

 

:-) :-) :-) :-)

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>>>The sex related crime involved a minor girl. At the

>time

>>she

>>>was 13 and he was 19. Obviously this is of great

>concern.

>>

>>

>>If the crime was simply that he had sex with her, I don't

>see

>>it as a very big deal. It shows that he was stupid but

>not

>>dangerous.

>>

>>Keep in mind that many 13 yr olds these days look more

>like 16

>>or 17 so perhaps he didn't even know how young she was. If

>the

>>sex was consensual then I really wouldn't be worried.

>

>

>

>

>Are you insane!? No wonder so much of mainstream society views

>FAR-LEFT, flaming-liberal gays as complete loons (just visit

>the politics section of this forum for a good laugh).

>

>A 19-year-old screwing/raping a 13-year old CHILD is RAPE...

>and you say "it's NOT a big deal???!"

>

>Are you a member of NAMBLA by chance?

 

Don't get you knickers in a twist over this. And read what I wrote more carefully. It is quite possible that the 13 yr old looked much older than her age - as a lot of 13 yr olds do in these days of the Brittany Spears generation.

 

If he thought she was 17, why wouldn't he think it was OK to have sex with her? As long as he didn't do it against her wishes, I don't see it as rape, even although the law states otherwise. Or do you think she told him "I'm only 13" and he did it anyway? You have no way of knowing, so maybe you should climb down off your high horse.

 

And, no, I'm not a member of NAMBLA - are you?

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