Woman with same address as spa harassed by customers

Posted: Updated: Jul 12, 2017 05:54 AM
DENVILLE -

A woman who has the same address as a massage spa with a history of prostitution arrests says that she is constantly harassed by potential customers.

Kimberly Perez says that she has been getting mysterious visitors at her Denville home ever since she moved in back in 2015.

“They’re always men. Varieties of men, from college kids to scrawny, scruffy-looking gross men,” she says.

Perez says that all the men say they are there for a massage.

“I’m like, ‘There’s no massage here. You’re at the wrong address,’” she says.

Perez says that after so many men showed up at her door, she decided to do some research online and found that her address of 317 West Main St., a section of Route 46, is the same address of a massage spa a little more than 2 miles away.

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Records show that the massage spa has a history of prostitution arrests.

A woman answering the door of the spa tells News 12 New Jersey that they offer deep tissue massages.

Perez says that the men who come to her door seem very eager to start their appointments. She says that one man even tried to come into her home.

“He was coming in and trying to get into my kitchen,” Perez says. “That’s when I told him, ‘There’s no hookers here. You need to go away.’”

Perez says that she hopes a new law in Denville cracking down on massage businesses will stop the unwanted visits. She says that she has had six men show up to her home in the last week.

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