Bronxville Police Accuse Woman Of Prostitution

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Bronxville police said Ekaterina Margushina, 27, of Brooklyn offered to perform a sexual act for money at the unauthorized practice American Spa. Photo Credit: Bronxville Police Department

BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – A Brooklyn woman was arrested Monday on charges of prostitution and unauthorized practice of a profession, Bronxville police said.

Ekaterina Margushina, 27, offered to perform a sexual act for money at American Spa at 27 Lower Milburn Street, police said. Margushina was charged with prostitution, a misdemeanor, and unauthorized practice of a profession, a felony, police said.

The arrest came after a two-month investigation with the assistance of the Westchester County Department of Public Safety's General Investigations Unit. The investigation into American Spa, a business that advertised "body rubs" on the Internet is ongoing. The Bronxville Police Department is expecting additional defendants and changes to be filed at a later date.

Margushina was released on $200 cash bail pending her next court appearance Wednesday, Feb 6.

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