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Shock at Gwernymynydd woman’s sex services website

THE mum of a teenage boy was horrified to find her son and his friends viewing a website advertising the “escort” services of a woman who lives in her village.

But when the Flintshire Chronicle contacted the middle-aged woman from the site she was unrepentant and defended her actions.

The mother, who wishes to remain anonymous to protect the identity of her son, says she is disgusted at the contents of the site.

She said: “I found my son and three of his friends gathered around his computer viewing this middle-aged woman’s site which, as well as having a gallery of erotic and nude pictures, advertises her £600 a night or £100 an hour services.

“I have seen this woman around Mold and, although her site is careful not to go into detail of what services she is offering, other than to say she is a professional escort, she does say she will cater for couples and the disabled.

“Links to the site give satisfaction reports from a number of her clients which describe, in great detail, some of the sex acts she has engaged in.”

She added: “I find it appalling women like this are plying their trade right in the midst of our community. What sort of people is she attracting to Flintshire?

“I don’t agree with it. I can understand there is a sex trade but it should be regulated and kept well away from our villages and towns. I want to see action taken.”

We contacted the woman offering the service – she calls herself Stephanie – and she said she has no regrets about the service she is providing.

Stephanie said: “Mothers and fathers should block their computers from adult sites to prevent their teenage boys from accessing them.

“I have advertised with a local newspaper for years. There are lots of lonely and disabled people out there and I see myself as a carer.”

Mold-based Insp Alun Oldfield said: “North Wales Police were not aware of the existence of this site, but now that it has been brought to our attention, we will investigate the matter further to establish whether any criminal action has been committed.

“I would ask all parents to monitor which websites their children look at and, if necessary, put filters in place.”

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