On her days off work from the New York City Department of Corrections, a 26-year-old vixen decided to run a little side business that was the furthest thing from legal. The cops who arrested her could not believe the sickening product she was pedaling on the streets — or how cheap she was selling it.
It all went down on Friday night, January 7th, when Geliesha Smith, allegedly offered to have sex with an undercover cop for $120.00 at a Brooklyn motel. According to a report by The New York Post, the vice cop, who was allegedly propositioned by Smith in a room at the Days Inn, called for back up and had her arrested immediately following the incident.
Smith had been advertising her goods and services on Backpage.com, where her profile included contact information and a video of her performing oral copulation. According to the information available on the website, Smith had been using the stage name “Lisa.” Her chosen business slogan was “Above and Beyond the Rest.”
Smith had reportedly been making $75,000 a year as a civilian employee attached to the Federal Narcotics Task Force. Law enforcement apparently found the Backpage.com ad beforehand and set up the sting to catch Smith in the act.
Her profile includes a brief introduction that reads, “Hi Guy’s i’m LISA (sic),” “This is a one of a kind experience! I have a BEAUTIFUL face to match my Sexy Petite body.”
Smith added to her profile,“Yes I luv BBJS & KISSIN.” Unfortunately for Smith, law enforcement found her scantily clad photos and salacious offerings rather easily. Several provocative photos could be seen on her profile in various sexual positions.
The judge in Smith’s case released her without bail following her arraignment. According to Daily Mail, she had been working for the New York City Department of Corrections since 2016.
A statement made by Peter Thorne, a spokesman for the Department of Corrections, said, “We have zero tolerance for any illegal behavior on the part of staff.” She has been suspended and will be terminated immediately according to Thorne.
Smith gambled and lost everything for moonlighting on the wrong side of the law.