Amber Rose Was Used To Trick Models Into Prostitution

August 18, 2015 / Posted by:

Beefy “model/singer/actress/author/whore (she said that last one, I didn’t)Amber Rose reportedly had her likeness used to lure unsuspecting women into a prostitution ring. Should she be insulted or flattered? Should Amber ask herself “Why me? Out of the numerous celebrity former stripper/current ex-wives who dress like this in Hollywood, why did they think I would be the celebrity most likely to lure naive young ladies into becoming hookers?” Well, Amber, when the occupation line on your tax return proudly reads  “ass out” or “licking my fingers on Instagram,” certain unenlightened  people might get the wrong idea. Who am I kidding, this was probably a flattering gesture to her.

TMZ reports that some shady types advertised online soliciting models “for a paid celebrity photoshoot and clothing line.”  When girls responded to the ad, they were told that Amber was in charge of picking the models. To bolster this claim, they had the models call in to a supposed video conference with her. The shady pimps had it set up so that an old clip of Amber from Ustream would play and then cut out due to technical issues.

The girls who at this point didn’t shake their heads in disgust, log off,  and exclaim “I can’t believe I fell for this shit!” aloud, were told they would be set up on dates “with a rich guy.” Super! Instead of wondering what dating a “rich guy” had to do with modeling a celebrity clothing line and then managing to begin questioning their life choices, these girls received a text asking if they were willing to be “intimate” with clients. “Um, sure? Ok. Will Amber be there?”

One of the women went to the LAPD and filed a complaint. The LAPD are currently investigating. I’d think this was some sort of devious plan of Khloe Kardashian’s to make her arch-whore-nemesis Amber look bad, but that would require putting that half-eaten sheep carcass down.

The clip they used is below. Check out more pics of Amber leaving a nail salon in Studio City last month in the gallery.

Pics: Splash 

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