CLERMONT, Fla. - An undercover operation in Clermont led police to a prostitution bust at a massage parlor for a second time.
Police arrested an employee at the New Moon Massage Parlor on Highway 27 last fall.
At the time, investigators had been watching the place for months after tips from customers and the community.
Thursday’s arrests also came after the community reported unusual activity at the business.
Residents in the area apparently saw men coming and going from the business frequently and became suspicious.
When Channel 9’s Ryan Hughes stopped by the business to question workers they told them he had the wrong place.
Two workers his behind a wall and denied the place even existed.
Police said shortly after an undercover agent went inside employee Win Le was arrested for allegedly offering sex acts for money.
Limin Chen was arrested on similar charges after the undercover operation last fall.
Workers at a hair salon next door called police after they said men would come and go from the business at all hours.
New Moon was open when Hughes arrived around 9 p.m. Thursday.
Le is being held at the Lake County jail.
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