All the prostitutes I ever met were students at the university where I used to teach.
It’s become common now for college girls to trick their way through college. Out of the 600 students I would teach every semester, according to my own experiences and the gossip of students, I estimate I had about 40 or so sex industry workers (strippers, cam girls, and prostitutes) in my classes.
Cheerleaders are a highly desirable sex commodity. Thus, it wouldn’t surprise me to learn that at least some of the girls pictured above sold sex for money.
Coastal Carolina’s cheerleading team has found itself in the center of several serious allegations, including prostitution.
The program has been suspended after an anonymous letter was mailed to University President Dave DeCenzo, which alleges the cheerleaders were engaged in “a long list of things” including prostitution, buying alcohol for minors and paying others to do their homework. An anonymous cheerleader gave WMBF the frightening details.
Police met with the team following Wednesday’s practice and took individual members back to the station for questioning shortly after an investigator showed up and broke the news about the anonymous letter.
The anonymous cheerleader told WMBF officers also searched cell phones of those who were questions before they were eventually released with police unable to discover any wrongdoing.
Coastal Carolina Associate Vice President of University Communications Martha Hunn told The Daily News the suspension of the team was indefinite pending a conduct investigation.
Hunn did not confirm or deny the existence of the letter nor did she say if the whole team was being investigated or just a few members.
“At this time, the CCU Department of Public Safety is conducting the investigation. There are currently no incident reports pertaining to this investigation” Hunn said in an email.
Since the investigation started, the cheerleading section of the CCU Athletics site has since been removed.
This isn’t the first time this year that trouble has found the cheerleading squad.
The State newspaper reports former cheerleader Madison Marie Loader was arrested and charged with accessory after the fact to a felony.
In January, former cheerleader Madison Marie Loader was arrested by Coastal Carolina Police and charged with accessory after the fact to a felony.
According to a police report, she was living in the Coastal Club Apartments near CCU with her boyfriend at the time, Desman Earl Chestnut, who was wanted in Lexington County in connection to forgery.
Police approached Chestnut and stated they had warrants for his arrest, and Chestnut pushed one of the officers to the ground and fled the scene, according to the report.
While police were searching for Chestnut, the Coastal Club property manager found video footage of Loader handing a gun to two males from her apartment in order to hide them from police, according to the report.
Chestnut fled the scene and was later found by the Horry County Bloodhound team and taken into custody.
On top of the Lexington County warrants, Chestnut was charged with assault on a police officer while resisting arrest, distribution of marijuana and distribution of a controlled substance within proximity of a school. Chestnut was banned from all CCU property including the Coastal Club Apartments, according to the report.
Chestnut was also arrested in November 2016 in Horry County and charged with possession, manufacture and trafficking of methamphetamine and cocaine base according to police booking records.