While Ron Miscavige gushes about his namesake son, Ronnie prowls the seedy strip malls of Virginia in search of the ultimate massage. One he frequents has an online review complimenting it on “nice hand jobs.”
Ronnie is the namesake son who was busted for prostitution in a drug and human trafficking sting led by the FBI. The finding: “guilty.” Ron laughingly describes his time with Ronnie as “life was good.” One only wonders if Ron considers the Crystal Palace part of that “good” life.
For Ronnie, this was one of those stops after attending a Long & Foster real estate meeting at the Norfolk Airport Hilton.
Crystal Palace offers a wide range of services.
Advertised at websites such as backpage, asexyservice and rubmaps, its online reviews list its buffet as offering “a-- play,” “b----t play” and “sensual body work.”
Police asked if Ronnie paid for sex during the “massages.” Ronnie said he’d like to answer the question truthfully but was afraid that he
would get in trouble if he did so.
According to police reports from Ronnie’s arrest for soliciting prostitution, Ronnie stated that he has researched ‘‘backpage[dot]com” and “Avenue-X” to purchase topless massages. Police asked if Ronnie paid for sex during the “massages.” Ronnie said he’d like to answer the question truthfully but was afraid that he would get in trouble if he did so.
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See the police documents: Ronald Miscavige arrested for prostitution. Police records show that one young woman, Rachel, told police that she had sexually serviced Ronnie 30 times over a two-month period. On one occasion, she and another prostitute serviced Ronnie together for a 30-minute threesome that included “everything,” Ronnie paid each $100.
“Yummy. That’s an angle I haven’t seen you from! I’m impressed and hard as a rock!”
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