SEX FOR RENT Prostitute living in ‘Britain’s biggest brothel’ in London’s posh Chelsea needs to bed ’30 men a month’ to pay her rent… and her mum thinks she’s a cleaner Elana*, from Romania, is one of over 100 sex workers operating out of Chelsea Cloisters, a block of flats owned by a multimillionaire Christopher Moran By Hayley Richardson A SEX worker operating out of a block of flats owned by a multimillionaire in one of London’s wealthiest areas has revealed she needs to bed “30 men a month” to pay the rent – and her mum thinks she’s a cleaner.
It is allegedly so prolific that frequent customers refer to it as the “infamous 10 floors of whores”. A simple online search of "Chelsea Cloisters and escorts" lists several websites offering women who'll provide sexual services within the building. Elana*, from Bucharest, Romania, has lived there for three years and her half-naked pictures appear on numerous websites that advertise women in the building. She offers a “girlfriend experience” – which includes sex – and charges clients £150 an hour, £50 of which goes to the listing websites, who regularly send people round to collect the cash.
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On a prostitute review website, one man boasts how he pushed a woman up against a wall by her throat before performing a violent sex act on her. One website states on its homepage: "For the punters that knows best, the Chelsea Cloisters in London SW3 has always been notorious place for accommodating sexy London escorts in London.
And the tradition continues today (sic)." One of the websites offering female sex workers in Chelsea Cloisters At least 100 women are advertised as being available for business in the building Play Video Inside the £4k Sex Island holiday where lads freely romp with ‘Latina’ prostitutes between rounds of golf… as organisers vow to ‘fulfil every fantasy’ According to the Sunday Times Rich List, Moran , 70, has a personal fortune of £404million and mixes with members of the Royal Family, including the Queen and Prince Harry. He makes £8million a year in revenue from the flats in Chelsea Cloisters and has donated more than £290,000 to the Conservative Party, both personally and from his business accounts.
Christopher Moran, pictured with Prince Charles, is a member of as member of the Prince’s Charities Council In a statement put forward by Moran’s lawyers, he said his management took a “zero-tolerance” approach to prostitution in the building. A parliamentary report on the sex trade last year identified Romania as the worst country for victims of sexual exploitation travelling to the UK. A number of the women found to be using the flats for prostitution had arrived in the capital from Romania.
Christopher Moran, pictured with Prince Charles, is a member of as member of the Prince’s Charities Council In a statement put forward by Moran’s lawyers, he said his management took a “zero-tolerance” approach to prostitution in the building.
Mr Moran’s property company owns the freehold on all 670 flats, and also owns the leasehold on more than 200 of them – letting those properties on both a short-term and long-term basis. Read more Tory donor threatens to fund new Brexit party after Chequers ‘fiasco’ Tory donors warn Theresa May to prepare for no-deal Brexit According to The Sunday Times, the sex trade is so extensive at the Sloane Avenue building that punters booking prostitutes online refer to it as “Sodom and Gomorrah” and “10 floors of whores”.
Reporters were able to make bookings for prostitutes at 23 separate flats at Chelsea Cloisters, including 15 rented by Mr Moran’s company. Some of the woman were found to have come from Romania, pinpointed as the main problem country for sex trafficking to the UK by a recent parliamentary report. Scotland Yard is now looking examining evidence provided by the newspaper before deciding whether to investigate.
“The Metropolitan Police Service is aware of the allegations made ... relating to the Chelsea Cloisters building,” a spokesperson told The Independent. chelsea-cloisters.jpg Chelsea Cloisters on Sloane Avenue, London (Google Maps) “This information is being assessed with a view to identifying whether offences have been committed. It would be inappropriate to comment further at this time.” Labour MP Gavin Shuker, who chaired an all-party parliamentary group which completed on report on the sex trade earlier this year, said the Tories should not hold on to Mr Moran’s donations.
“Theresa May must now give that money to charities that assist victims of human trafficking and use her powers to change the law and to tackle demand,” said Mr Shuker. UK news in pictures Show all 50 26 November 2018 25 November 2018 24 November 2018 23 November 2018 Mr Moran, who has described himself as “astronomically” wealthy, has a personal fortune of around £404m according to the most recent Sunday Times Rich List. There is no suggestion he is involved in prostitution at Chelsea Cloisters.
A legal representative said Mr Moran had not tolerated prostitution at the building or profited from it in any way. The lawyer said that on the “small number of occasions” that reports of prostitution had been made, the building’s management firm had acted to “address” the issue. Support free-thinking journalism and subscribe to Independent Minds Mr Moran’s property company, Realreed, has an office on the ground floor of Chelsea Cloisters. His companies are estimated to make £8m a year in revenue from Chelsea Cloisters, including service charges on the flats not rented by Realreed. Promoted stories Military Watch Everybody in Lithuania is Talking About Tact Watch Great party looks for the festive season A Scientifically-Proven Language Learning App Made By 150+ Experts (Explained) Babbel by TaboolaPromoted Links Greg Hands MP, the Tory MP for Chelsea and Fulham, told The Sunday Times a resident at Chelsea Cloisters had complained to him about prostitution in the building. The unnamed resident said “the management weren’t appearing to do anything about it”. Mr Hands later passed the complaint to the police. In a statement Mr Moran’s representatives said that despite the “irresponsible” nature of media reports, “Dr Moran takes any allegations of this kind extremely seriously.
As such he has investigated the position fully with the management of Chelsea Cloisters”. They added: “Chelsea Cloisters operates a zero tolerance policy towards prostitution on its premises. Any suggestion that Dr Moran or the management of Chelsea Cloisters has, or would, in any way knowingly allow or even tolerate the premises being used for prostitution would be utterly false. “On the very few occasions that incidents involving prostitution have come to their attention previously, the management always acts swiftly – but humanely – to bring such activities to an end, and will continue to do so, proactively involving and cooperating fully with the police and other authorities where necessary.”
They said Mr Moran “strongly rejects the grotesquely distorted allegations published by The Sunday Times concerning the Chelsea Cloisters complex,” adding that “Chelsea Cloisters constitutes a very small fraction of Dr Moran’s business interests and contrary to the claim in The Sunday Times he has little or no involvement in its management”. The Independent has launched its #FinalSay campaign to demand that voters are given a voice on the final Brexit deal.
More than 100 prostitutes reportedly working from the Chelsea Cloisters block It is owned by multi-millionaire Christopher Moran, 70, who is worth £404million Block earns Mr Moran millions of pounds in rent and service charges every year Undercover reporters made 40 bookings with prostitutes using 23 apartments By MICHAEL POWELL and HARRY COLE FOR THE MAIL ON SUNDAY Theresa May was last night urged to hand back almost £300,000 in Tory party donations received from a property tycoon who is profiting from an apartment block rife with prostitution in one of the wealthiest areas of London. More than 100 prostitutes are reportedly working from the Chelsea Cloisters block which is owned by multi-millionaire Christopher Moran, 70, who has attended many events with members of the Royal Family and is worth more than £404 million. The block of 670 apartments – where Mr Moran has an office – earns him millions of pounds in rent and service charges every year. Undercover reporters from The Sunday Times were able to make 40 bookings with prostitutes using 23 apartments in the building – 15 of them in flats rented directly from Mr Moran's company Realreed. Multi-millionaire Christopher Moran, 70, is pictured alongside Prince Harry in Belfast in 2017 +9 There is no suggestion that Mr Moran has any involvement with the prostitution.
In a statement through his lawyers, he made it clear that his management took a 'zero-tolerance' approach to prostitution. Men who have visited the building are said to have referred to it as having 'ten floors of whores' with others boasting on prostitution forums about the lewd acts they took part in whilst inside the cloisters. One man said on a prostitute review website that he pushed a woman by the throat against a wall in a property before performing a sex act on her that left her 'gagging'. One escort agency, Diva Escorts, boasted that it had 100 women available at the premises on a single night.
The women charge between £100 and £300. A simple Google search for the agency shows just how widespread and blatant prostitution has become. Another agency, called 24hr London Escort, gives its office address as Chelsea Cloisters. Its introduction to the building on the website makes for grim reading for Moran and his sons, Charles and Jamie, who manage the building. 'For the punters that knows best, the Chelsea Cloisters in London SW3 has always been notorious place for accommodating sexy London escorts in London.
And the tradition continues today,' it reads. Three women listed on the Divas website as being available in rooms at Chelsea Cloisters +9 Three women listed on the Divas website as being available in rooms at Chelsea Cloisters Another agency, called Caprice also claims to be based in the building. Describing how to find the building, the website says: 'You can't miss it. It's the building teeming with escorts and rosy-cheeked men with empty wallets.' And angry residents agree that you can't miss it. One said she was embarrassed to call it her home while an elderly female resident who has lived in the building for ten years said 'someone used to come and collect money once a week' and that one woman banged on her door desperately seeking help because she was being threatened and another was being bullied by two men who she assumed were traffickers. Another man posted a frustrated online post: 'There are gangs of pimps laughing, joking threatening whilst their 'property' is inside being abused by wealthy men.