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A massage parlor owner is facing charges after the authorities allege that she has been using the business, which stands across the street from a county courthouse, as a place to provide sexual favors in exchange for money.

The Gold Sakura Spa in Jersey City is owned by 50-year-old Elizabeth K. Golden. The shop is located right across the street from the Hudson County Courthouse complex, and in addition to her place of employment it was also reported that Golden uses the building as her residence.

On October 2, an officer with the county prosecutor’s office went to the Gold Sakura and allegedly got Golden to agree to an engagement that was sexual in nature in exchange for cash.

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On Sunday afternoon a man entered a Planet Fitness gym and allegedly took his clothes off before working out, and he is now facing charges for the incident.

In the early afternoon on July 22, 34-year-old Eric Stagno from Massachusetts reportedly visited a Planet Fitness in Plaistow, New Hampshire, for a workout.

After entering the gym Stagno allegedly shed all of his clothing and began performing yoga in full view of the other members who were present. People reportedly started to feel uncomfortable and had concerns about the possible health risks and the authorities were called to the location.

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On Wednesday in Portland, Oregon a U.S. District Judge sentenced Darren Bottinelli to 46 months in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release for healthcare fraud. Bottinelli was also order to pay $3,093,918 in restitution to his victims. The purpose of his company was to put money into trust accounts for employees of his clients, who could then draw upon those monies for eligible health expenditures.

Darren Bottinelli was the sole shareholder, officer, and director of Axis, based in Portland, Oregon. His company administered employee health reimbursement and flexible spending accounts for client employers nationwide.

Some of his clients included Goodwill Industries, Job squad, Cascade Christian Services, VersAbility Resources, and Vets Securing America; which employed veterans, mentally and physically disabled adults, other vulnerable individuals, as well as government contractors and other companies who hire hourly and minimum wage contract workers.