Massage parlor manager indicted for promoting prostitution

OHIO-Following her October arrest at a massage business, a Columbus women was indicted in Cuyahoga County with two pending prostitution charges.

Yulian Fu, 51, was issued a summons to appear Feb. 18 for her arraignment in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court for promoting prostitution and a misdemeanor charge of solicitation. She is free from the Montgomery County Jain on bond.

Fu, was arrested at Gypsophilia Asia Spa on October 27, 2020 following an undercover operation by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, according to an affidavit and statement of facts filed in Kettering Municipal Court. The investigation followed two complaints about the business alleging possible human trafficking and suspicious activity.
Fu’s most recent complain was made on August 28th by an employee in the same mall space as the massage parlor. The red flags were that the Gypsophilia Asia Spa has male only clients that only arrived late in the evening along with a very dark tint on the storefront windows. According to court documents, there was on business permit, even though hours posted on the spa’s website were 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

During an undercover operation, Fu allegedly initiated a sex act on a confidential informant during a massage in exchange for a $40 tip. According to investigators Fu was the manager of the business.

Fu is awaiting trial on two prostitution related cases in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas court.


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