DeKalb County

Employees at DeKalb massage parlor arrested for prostitution, 3rd time parlor has been investigated

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — For the third time in three years, employees at a DeKalb County massage parlor have been arrested for alleged prostitution.

According to Brookhaven police, on March 8, they responded to the newly re-named Pine Tree Massage, located at 2901 Buford Highway after reports of employees engaging in illegal sex acts.

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Police arrested two employees during the investigation.

Young Ja Baek was charged with keeping a place of prostitution and allowing an employee to provide massage services without a license. Yeong Seon Lee was charged with prostitution and providing massage services without a license.


Officials told Channel 2 Action News the location had previously been investigated in July 2021 and May 2022 under a different business name, Orange Massage.

Both of these investigations resulted in multiple employees being arrested after officials found them to be engaging in prostitution with customers.

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