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I got into the sex trade when I was 16 years old, and stopped when I was around 29 years old. I want to give two examples of being in trouble with customers and the police. First I am going to start with the police. Whenever they see someone pick me up, they pull me over and I lose the money that I would have been able to make - the money that would have supported me. As for my customers, some are really sweet but others can be assholes. I really try not to go with the ones that are assholes or that are really demanding, but when business is really slow, sometimes I have no choice. I usually have someone out there with me to help me. That way if I am not back at the time I said I would be back, they can call the cops. If I know I won't be back on time, I will get the customer to pull over to whoever I have watching me and let her know. Otherwise I try my best to be back on time. Some of the customers are and can be rough. For example, I have been raped a couple of times and didn't have anyone watching me at that time. I have called the police a couple of times and they came and took a little of information down but didn't proceed on it at all. I have given them information about bad dates, but all they do is pull me over when I'm with a good customer and ruin my date.

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