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Goodweiler told the State Journal he wasn't' aware of the charges. No contact information could be found for Catherine Prindiville but she told investigators that she wasn't directly involved in the business but believed prostitution was occurring at the Rising Sun. Android App. Actions Facebook Tweet . Madison massage parlor owners charged with running a brothel The owners were charged Monday. By: The Associated Press.
AP -- Prosecutors have charged the owners of a downtown Madison massage parlor with running a brothel. The Wisconsin State Journal reported that Rising Sun massage parlor owners Charles Prindiville, 64, and his ex-wife, Catherine Prindiville, 56, both of Middleton, were charged Monday with conspiring to keep a place of prostitution. The Rising Sun's ant, Donald Goodweiler, 69, of Madison, also was charged with conspiring to keep a place of prostitution.
Police have been investigating possible prostitution at the Rising Sun since October , when officers raided the establishment. Monday's criminal complaint was filed three days before a seven-year statute of limitations was to expire. Charles Prindiville's attorney, Charles Giesen, said he'll ask that the charges be dismissed due to prosecutorial delay, noting the earliest crime alleged in the complaint occurred in Charging a crime that old is "unconscionable," he told the State Journal.
Giesen said he doesn't believe Charles Prindiville has been involved in the Rising Sun since According to the complaint, Rising Sun workers told police that refusing to have sex with clients would get them fired. They said when they began working at the massage parlor they were sent to Madison lawyer Daniel Stein's office, where they watched a video about what was allowed at work. Some said they were also videotaped stating they wouldn't perform sex for money or do drugs at work.
Stein didn't immediately return a voic The Associated Press left at his office Wednesday. But one former worker told investigators that she was hired because management knew she had experience as a prostitute. Another former worker told police she was told to go home one day after she refused to do "full service. She said she had sex with clients at least 60 times. One former employee told police she was ased to Goodweiler as a client whenever he visited the business. She said they had sex and talked about their personal lives, referring to her time with Goodweiler as "the boyfriend experience.
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