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She is reportedly travelling from Whitby around Yorkshire and Humber offering sex services. A self-confessed sex worker has been slammed for breaking coronavirus lockdown rules to travel the country offering sex in her motor home. Kirie, who hails from Whitby but travels across Yorkshire in her van, offering minute appointments for customers and offers a range of sexual services. The rules also state that people should work from home - but not drive to work unless it is essential.
One reader, who wishes to remain anonymous, got in touch with our sister site Hull Live to express concerns that such services are still being offered when social distancing is in place. Kirie, 37, can be found on an adult website which seems to show her advertising for sex this week at her motor home in Hull. All meets are for 15mins in my motor home.
There is a phone number on the website and our reporter tried to contact her for a reponse. A message said to text her which we did, again asking for a comment. However, we have had no response. She previously sparked concerns parking up in other towns and has often said she is heading to Huddersfield. Kirie has also featured on 24 Hours in Police Custody talking about her work after turning her back on nursing.
Exchanging or participating in sexual activities for money or other goods is legal in the UK, but many activities relating to the sale and advertisement of sex services are not. In other words, the act of prostitution is not in itself illegal - but a string of laws criminalise activities around it.
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