Sex workers are turning holiday lets into pop-up brothels
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Sex worker defends using Airbnbs as 'pop-up brothels'

Sex workers are breaking the law by sharing properties from short-term rental websites such as Airbnb, BBC South East has found.

Sex worker Charlotte Rose said Airbnbs were cheaper and accessible, and rentals were shared for safety. Airbnb said it did not condone such behaviour.

You can see the full story on BBC South East Today at 18:30 GMT on Tuesday 5 December, and later on the BBC iPlayer.

  • 05 Dec 2017