NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Three women were arrested in a raid of a Bellevue massage business, which police say was a front for prostitution.
Metro Nashville Police officers searched the Bellevue Comfort Zone Spa and Salon Wednesday.
They say none of the women are licensed in the state to be a masseuse and the business was a front for prostitution.
Investigators found that employees of Bellevue Comfort Zone offered sex acts to clients. The typical fee charged was $160 per session.
The owner, 26-year-old Alivia King was arrested and charged with promoting prostitution, a felony, impersonation of a licensed professional, also a felony, and misdemeanor prostitution. She is also charged with two felony drug counts and felony gun possession after marijuana, MDMA (Ecstasy), and a loaded pistol were found during a search of her Old Hickory Boulevard residence.
Cindy Estrada-Murillo, 32, of Centralia, Washington, an employee of Bellevue Comfort Zone, was charged with misdemeanor prostitution and impersonation of a licensed professional. Tamarra Nelson, 21, of Stantonville, Tennessee, was charged with impersonation of a licensed professional.