A high-end brothel network serving politicians, military leaders and others kept detailed records of their customers along with millions in cash and other damning items in bulk.
Earlier this month, prosecutors charged three people with running a high-end brothel network in Boston and northern Virginia.
Clientele included 'hundreds' of elected officials, tech, pharmaceutical executives, lawyers, professors and military officers, though federal prosecutors did not identify any of them.
New information about the escort service - which took place at luxury apartments in Massachusetts and Virginia - were released in an affidavit submitted to the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
The details included pictures of meticulous client records with names and dates - that have exposed tons of professionals in elite industries for paying upwards of $600 per hour for sexual encounters with predominately Asian women.
Bulk quantities of lubricant, condoms, false eyelashes, 16 cell phones, millions of dollars in cash and dozens of gift cards were amongst other evidence presented by the Department of Homeland Security Special Agent Zachary Mitlitsky.
An apartment search of the suspected leader revealed the damning evidence and more - including lingerie, UTI kit and pregnancy tests.
Investigators also confiscated a Corvette that one of the suspects allegedly bought with funds from the network.
The three leaders that the criminal complaint came against were Han Lee, 41, from Cambridge, Massachusetts, James Lee, 68, from Torrance, California, and Junmyung Lee, 30, of Dedham, Massachusetts.