In the affidavit for Strong’s arrest warrant, the police say that “the numerous sex acts were video recorded unbeknownst to the males she was having sex with.”Both Wright and Strong, who were indicted in October on a combined 165 charges consisting mainly of engaging in prostitution (her), promotion of prostitution (both), violation of privacy (both), and in her case benefits and tax fraud, have pleaded not guilty. But, really, it could have been—and could still be—anyone.
Allegedly, she asked him to run her clients’ license‑plate numbers through the state motor-vehicle database, presumably to get their real identities.They’re the two figures at the center of a prostitution scandal that has captured the attention of the world.In court documents, the police allege not only that Wright was a prostitute but that she shared her professional encounters with Strong, either by sending him digital tapes of them or live video via Skype. When it comes to meeting new women on the internet, too many men behave like little wolves and piggies, seeking only to find the super-thin babe with long legs, a dazzling smile and extremely large attributes that'll make Dolly Parton pea-green with envy. This is why social networks have become part of the relationship-building fabric of Chinese society. Roughly half of China’s 513 million netizens are using social networking sites, and all of these social networks are home grown.