Fla. City Hit With Proposed Action Over Massage Parlor Sting

Law360 (February 24, 2021, 3:54 PM EST) -- A Florida man who was ensnared in a massage parlor prostitution sting filed a proposed class suit Tuesday against the city of Vero Beach and its police chief, claiming he and other targets were publicly humiliated by the city's unconstitutional surveillance and misrepresentation of the case as a human trafficking operation.

Keith Taig says Vero Beach Police Chief David Curry and other police officers illegally recorded him and others without their consent as they visited East Spa in Vero Beach and later charged them as part of an investigation that was presented to the public as a human trafficking sting rather...

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