By Rachel Quigley
Published: 20:22 BST, 8 June 2012 | Updated: 17:25 BST, 9 June 2012
A cross-dressing College of Georgia teacher was captured after he advertised his ‘services’ to an covert officer in a inn room while he was dressed as a lady called Sasha.
German teacher Max Reinhart, 65, was captured on Thursday in Gwinnett County, Atlanta, on charges of prostitution what’s more, keeping a house of prostitution.Â
He was dressed in drag what’s more, advertised 30 minutes of his ‘services’ for just $60.
Double life: Going under the appearance of Sasha, a College of Georgia educator was captured for working as a cross-dressing escort
According to theÂ Atlanta Diary Constitution, police found an advertisement for a individual called Sasha in the transsexual administrations segment of the web site, backpage.com.
The website has an ‘adult’ segment that incorporates ‘escorts’ what’s more, ‘bodyrubs’, what’s more, has confronted examination over allegations that it is utilized to activity underage young ladies for prostitution.
Police representative Cpl Jake Smith said they masterminded to meet ‘Sasha’ at the Days Motel what’s more, sent an covert agent to the room leased out.
By day: Educator Reinhart instructs German writing what’s more, history at the College of Georgia, left, what’s more, his mugshot, right
After arranging a fee, the officer consequently captured Reinhart, who today posted $4,800 bond.
He educates German writing what’s more, history at the unviersity, what’s more, in specific centers on the work of 18th-century writer, artist what’s more, craftsman Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
His essential zones of examine are early present day Germany, what’s more, he established The Gathering Gathering for Interdisciplinary Early Present day German Studies.
Neither Reinhart or, on the other hand college authorities were accessible for comment.
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