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(KSL News) The owners of an escort service will stand trial. They're charged with running a prostitution ring out of a home.
After hearing testimony from three former Doll House employees, a judge ruled there was enough evidence to go to trial. But the attorney for the escort service argues the police searched the home illegally last April and believes the evidence won't hold up in a trial.
The owners of the Doll House, Tiffany Curtis and Steven Maese, are charged with four felony counts of exploiting a prostitute, as well as unlawful activity and money laundering.