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An alleged pimp who helped three sex workers set up appointments in regional cities across Victoria is determined to plead not guilty despite a roasting by a magistrate. Jason Douglas Haynes, 41, of Penshurst, appeared in the Warrnambool Magistrates Court this week for a contest mention hearing charged with four counts of living off the earnings of sex workers and 12 counts of operating an illegal brothel. The man placed ads in the adult section of newspapers for three sex workers and booked motels rooms at Warrnambool, Ballarat and Geelong.
Because of the high number of visitors, one motel staff member requested Haynes have them sign in. He wants to contest the charges saying he only booked motels and placed advertisements in newspapers, but did not benefit from the sex workers. He said he only had his expenses reimbursed. However, when Haynes confirmed he wanted to contest the charges, the magistrate was blunt in his response. Mr Coghlan said Haynes had not been sensible enough to see a lawyer after making admissions to his alleged offending to police and was wasting the court's time.
Police allege Haynes got to know sex workers through paying for their services, then developed a working relationship with a woman known as Rose. Haynes filled out an online application for a Sex Worker Act exemption and was issued one for an owner-operator. Mr Coghlan said it appeared Haynes had worked outside the conditions of his online permit and noted the maximum penalty for each offence was five years' imprisonment.
Haynes said he and the sex workers had only been involved in "outcalls", which were legal. The case was adjourned for a special mention hearing, followed by a potential contest hearing on July Alleged pimp operated from Ballarat motels.
The Age. It's hopeless," he told the accused. Haynes was arrested at his Penshurst home on November 7 last year. Police allege he made admissions to effectively running illegal brothels.