Texas massage parlor bust: Authorities say employees offered sex services

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image "><span></span></div><span class="caption-text">Stephanie Marie Quevedo, 20, charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution (KTRK Photo&#47; Harris County Constable&#39;s Office)</span></div>
Not having a license is just the beginning of the problems discovered at a Texas massage parlor on Monday, according to authorities.

The Harris County Constables Office says an undercover operation into Selinas Boutique in the 10300 block of Northwest Freeway revealed employees were offering patrons more than an illegal massage -- they allegedly offered undercover officers sex for a fee.

Two employees who allegedly tried to solicit the officers were charged with prostitution. Two business managers were charged with aggravated promotion of prostitution. And three other female employees -- who police say were trying to get away by crawling into the ceiling -- were charged with evading arrest.

All of the suspects are being held in the Harris County Jail.

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