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Third Woman Sentenced For Belgrade Spa Prostitution

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The third woman accused of prostitution at two Belgrade spas pled not guilty in Gallatin County District court on Tuesday.

70-year-old OK Nan Tenette was sentenced to six-months in jail with all time suspended. The other two women involved in the prostitution Jihong "Lily" Yu and Yu-Sun Gasperi received the same sentence.

According to court documents, Tenette offered sexual acts in exchange for money.

Tenette was arrested and has been behind bars ever since. Since the incident, both the VIP and Beijing spas have been shut down.

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