Las Vegas didn’t get it’s nickname as “Sin City” for nothing. Much of the history of Las Vegas involves activities that were illegal in other parts of the country. Nevada is the only state in the U.S. with legalized prostitution. However, there are some important things to know when you comes to paying for sex from workers in the state of Nevada. This video will help clarify the laws as well as help keep you from getting ripped off and scammed in certain situations.
1:09 What Nevada law says about prostitution
2:18 What happens if you’re arrested for engaging in prostitution
3:08 Scam 1 (On the strip)
3:53 Scam 2 (In restaurant/public setting)
4:05 Story of first hand experience
5:49 When you make it back to the room
6:08 Scam 3 (BEST Case Scenario)
7:31 Scam 4 (WORSE Case Scenario)
9:48 Scam 5 (WORST CASE SCENARIO)
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