The Women of Canada’s “Sin City” During WWII
The face of prostitution past: Smothered in lipstick and rouge, photos of the working girls who were cashing in on Canada’s ‘Sin City’ in go WWII have surfaced.
Montreal was known as the s-x tourism capital of North America during the years of Prohibition.
Recently unearthed mug shots from the http://receptizavos.com/socno-brzo-i-ukusno-baklava-kolac/ Archives de la Ville de Montreal show the women who were arrested for prostitution and the madams who were handcuffed for keeping brothels – a common occurrence in the Canadian province then known as a place of debauchery.
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The end of Prohibition as well as a rise in s-xually transmitted disease saw police enforcing a crackdown on the prostitution industry.
Anna Labelle, aka Mme Émile Beauchamp, the most powerful madam in Montreal during the WWII. She would drive to the courthouse in a Cadillac wearing mink. Her clients were often from the same police force that busted her.
Annie Parker, arrested in 1941 in connection with an investigation in connection with prostitution.
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Wright, 29, was arrested for running a prostitution business out of her Pura Vida Zumba studio in Kennebunk.
Mark Strong, a 57-year-old Thomaston businessman was also arrested following a raid on Feb. 12, 2012.
The high-profile prostitution scandal featured sex videos, adultery, exhibitionism involving more than 100 client.
Wright was accused of conspiring with insurance business owner Mark Strong to run a prostitution business in which she videotaped clients without their knowledge and kept detailed records over an 18-month period indicating she made $150,000 tax-free. Read more here