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Escorts trying to use stolen pictures for their profile

Every now and then a female escort will try to use stolen pictures for her profile when she attempts to join Saucy London. They will take these pictures from a model's website or another escort's website. Instagram and Facebook are two popular social media sites where sexy pictures can be found. Some escorts try and pass off pictures from these sites as themselves when applying. This is annoying and would obviously give the agency a bad reputation if these pictures were accepted. It can also obviously be distressing to the lady who the pictures are actually made of. Sometimes the lady in the pictures is actually fairly famous as a model, pornstar or in the webcam scene. Other times they are just a good looking woman who happens to have some sexy pictures on their social media site.

A situation I found amusing was in the summer of 2015. I got an application from a Brazilian escort who had just arrived in London. With her application she sent about a half dozen pictures of herself. They were from a photo shoot, and in my opinion from an escort photo shoot. Having seen so many pictures over the years, I can tell when the picture are done by a photographer who specializes in escort photography. So I thought no problem, she has a good set of pictures and I should contact her. I made contact and arranged an interview at a bar in London. I met the Brazilian escort and we had a chat. Her English was not great but we managed to communicate and she was happy to join. When I met her she did resemble the lady in the pictures, but there was something in the back of my head questioning it. When I got back home after the interview, I looked at the pictures again. The lady I met was a fair skinned Brazilian brunette, with long hair, a C cup cleavage, wide hips and a stereotypical Brazilian arse. The lady in the pictures also had all those characteristics too. But I could not be too sure about the face. But then again it was from a photo shoot with lots of lighting and maybe some Photoshop altering to the face? Also maybe she was a lot more makeup in the photo shoot than when I met her.

To try and solve this problem and an act of due diligence I decided to use Google reverse image search to see if these pictures she had sent me appear elsewhere on the internet. So I uploaded one of the images to Google's reverse image search page and clicked "Search by image". I got back some links. The pictures she had sent were appearing on a website. I clicked through to the website and found a profile of an escort in Paris, France. My first thought was maybe she had worked in France before? I obviously wanted to believe the Brazilian escort I met and the pictures were the same person. But then I read the text description of the escort in Paris and I realized there was absolutely no chance that the lady I met and the lady in the pictures were the same person.

Can you guess what could have appeared in the text description of the escort in Paris that meant the pictures could not be that of the Brazilian escort I met? Have a guess to yourself before your read on!

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The description of the escort in Paris included the phrase "TS escort in Paris". The escort was a transsexual. In fact the website was a directory of TS escorts around the world. The Brazilian lady I met wanted to find pictures of someone that looked like her. Then use them for her profile in escort agencies in London. She came across the pictures on this website. She either did not read the text or her English was not good enough to understand that it was a transsexual escort in the pictures. Anyway I emailed the Brazilian lady with a link to the page of the transsexual escort in Paris. I then made the decision to end any further correspondence with this Brazilian lady. She did waste my time, but I got an amusing story out of it!