Woman harassed by massage customers gets new address

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DENVILLE -

A woman who says that she is often harassed by men seeking massages because she has the same address as a massage spa will soon be getting a new address.

Kimberly Perez tells News 12 New Jersey that Denville officials are arranging for her to get a new numeric street address.

Perez previously told News 12 that her address was the same as a massage spa several miles away that has a history of prostitution arrests. She said that since she moved in to the home in 2015, men have been constantly coming to her door looking for massages.

She says that one man became aggressive and tried to come into her home.

“That’s when I told him, ‘There’s no hookers here. You need to go away,’” she said.

Perez does not want her new address to be public, but she says that the new address will be one not currently used on her street.

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