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A ad posted in February 2016 promises "sensual Asian touch" and warns customers not to "miss out the fun [sic]." A video on the ad contains text advertising legal spa services, such as deep tissue and hot stone massages laid over videos of pretty, scantily dressed Asian girls.Before the DOJ refined its public stance on the issues, an attorney representing Stella Family Enterprises pushed back and said his client has been defamed."We have serious issues with attorney general's action in this matter," attorney Bill Rhodunda Jr. "For them to include us in this legal matter with the tenant's issue is ridiculous."Rhodunda said Stella Family Enterprises, which owns the shopping center where Rose Spa is located, filed a lawsuit to get that tenant removed as soon as they learned of criminal activity there.“There was a man in Williamsburg whose wife found him to be cheating,” Joseph tells me. “I won’t let myself get caught.” Joseph keeps a kosher home, sends his children to a yeshiva, or religious school, and studies the Talmud, one of the holiest texts in Judaism. ” At sixteen, he hid with a group of friends around a small television set in a windowless basement room to watch his first movie—a forbidden activity.
Rhodunda said his client was working with the Attorney General's Office on the matter.
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In a small apartment filled with his children, under the watchful eyes of a tightly knit Hasidic neighborhood in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, a young father says goodbye to his wife.
He crosses into Williamsburg’s other world, where Dominican and hipster cultures collide. I like to walk alone.” A few weeks earlier, on one of his evening strolls, I had run into Joseph on the Williamsburg waterfront, watching the Manhattan skyline.
Sometimes people stare at this young Hasid wandering at night, but he doesn’t seem to mind. I was curious about this Hasidic guy—dressed in a black suit, modest but elegant, with his below a black-rimmed hat.