Hairdresser, hairdryer in court over ‘pornographic’ videos
A Florida hairdressing salon owner is facing charges of promoting prostitution and making obscene material.
Key points:Amberley hairliners owner Derek Jackson, 37, is accused of sending a video to more than 200 clients of his hairdresses salon, saying he was “a professional who cares about women”The charges stem from a Facebook post that was shared more than 5,000 timesDerek Jackson is accused from a series of pornographic videos posted to the website for women with whom he was in business.
Amberleys Hairdressers is accused by police of promoting the prostitution of women in its business.
In one of the videos, which are now under investigation, Jackson appears to be filmed making sexually explicit comments to a young woman.
In another, he is seen holding a woman down as she removes her clothes, including an over-the-top “sexy” headdress.
Police said the videos were filmed in August, September and October.
In a statement, the salon said it was “deeply shocked” to hear of the charges and the actions of Mr Jackson.
“We are working closely with law enforcement to determine the appropriate course of action,” the statement said.
“The Amberleys Hairdresses is a family-owned business and our thoughts are with all those affected by this matter.”
Our focus at this time is to focus on our customers and their families.
“The court case was adjourned until November.
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