Until recently, Hubard shared the home with his wife, Laila. Neighbors thought they were parents of two girls. The neighbors were teasing each other, saying, "What'd you do now?
The Web site, which has been shut down, was the "storefront" for his cyber brothel. Each escort has a with a paragraph bio, a couple of reviews, one pic and a rate sheet.
If the service had more variety this would be a good bet but as it is now it is a bit thin. Griffith was one of five women from Tampa and Largo arrested Thursday and charged with conspiracy to commit racketeering.
A sixth woman, Teresa Jones of Palm Harbor, described as Private Pets' third owner, also was arrested on prostitution and racketeering charges. Griffith said she answered a classified ad in June and worked for Hubard for about three months before quitting.
But Hubard kept her photos and bio up on the Web site. She said she hopes to be a veterinarian someday.
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