Bryan Police Department arrests woman on prostitution charges
Eagle Staff Report
A Bryan woman was arrested on prostitution charges over the weekend three months after complaining to police that she performed a sex act for a man and never received payment.
Lori Anne Lindley, 42, told police in June that she and her husband decided she should prostitute herself because they needed money for rent, according to court documents.
Lindley told officers that she agreed to perform the sex act for a man in exchange for $100, according to a police officer’s sworn affidavit.
The woman told police the man paid her $100, but then took the money back and used it to purchase crack, promising to later give her $200. After buying the drugs, he took Lindley to a deserted road where he smoked crack and she performed the sex act, she told police.
The man then took Lindley home but refused to give her any money, the affidavit states.
The man admitted to police that he gave Lindley $100 and then used the money to buy drugs, but he told police that Lindley also partook in the drugs, the affidavit states.
Bryan police became involved after receiving reports that Lindley was banging on the door of the man’s home. When questioned, Lindley told officers she was looking for the man because he owed her money for sex, the affidavit states.
Lindley was arrested Sunday on an outstanding warrant for prostitution, a Class B misdemeanor. She since been has released from the Brazos County Jail.