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An 87-year-old Lantana, Florida, man with a reputation of fondling nursing home staff is facing sexual battery charges for performing oral sex on a 94-year-old man debilitated by Parkinson’s disease.Louis Lawson, who appeared Thursday in court in a wheelchair, was found in the victim’s room performing the sex act.Lawson’s roommate told Lantana police that Lawson would "screw anything that walked." Read more trending stories An attorney said in court Thursday that the incident happened at Village on High Ridge nursing home in November.
She has now turned her experiences into a three-part book series But she insists that despite her caution, she has 'never had a bad experience' and that she enjoyed every minute of her newfound career path, adding: 'I already loved it, so I was just getting paid to do what I love.' 'Attractiveness is not a factor...
unless they're just gross': Lantana insists it did not matter whether she wasy physically attracted to her clients as she was simply offering a service 'like a masseuse or a doctor'Although Lantana refuses to go into specifics on how many clients she saw, or how much she was paid, she does recall being given a bag stuffed with $50,000 (£35,870) in cash by one of her 'near and dears', and says she was 'not exclusive' when it came to her suitors. 'It's a very lonely life being an escort,' said Lantana.
'It's a bit like a nun going into a nunnery - you know you're not going to have a boyfriend for a very long time.
You're married to the lifestyle.''It was love at first sight,' she said.
We dated for two years and he used to visit me in New York every other week.
I made a point of not talking to him about what I did on my "week off".
But he was much older than me and it didn't work out in the end.'The relationship fell apart and, since then, Lantana has been focusing in writing her self-published trilogy, The Spicy Secrets of a Jet-Set Temptress, which follows Miss Melisse, a 'world-class temptress at the top of her game.
Lawson repeatedly told police he was just "horsing around."When police asked Lawson why he did not consider the incident rape, Lawson responded, "Well, he didn’t push me away." Attorneys said the victim is severely physically disabled, though the staff say he is aware of his surroundings.
Police say Lawson is functional and aware of what happened.