"I'm not going to sugar coat nothing, I was deep into the lifestyle a lot more than a lot of other people, but what I went through was so devastating.Ultimately it was something when I finally sat down and looked at it, I felt like something needed to change."A change, he says that came behind bars and one that he raps about now that he's on the outside.
One of Portland's most notorious pimps is now out of prison and opening up about the crimes that lead to his arrest.Mark Miles was arrested after he flew his girlfriend Ivanice Harris from Portland to Hawaii to engage in prostitution. Miles is now sharing his story to inspire others to get out of that lifestyle.Abuslin testified that he came by after a patrol shift and brought her coffee.He then deleted their text message conversations before they had oral sex.'He said I should show more skin to get clients,' Abuslin told the courtroom.A teenage prostitute testified how married police officer Brian Bunton, 41 (pictured), coached her on 'how to be a good hooker'.
A judge ruled he will be tried on charges of obstruction of justice and engaging in prostitution The Oakland police officer at the center of a sex scandal was allegedly 'pimping out' the teenage prostitute he was sleeping with.
After Bunton left, he texted her telling her which streets to steer clear of to avoid as undercover police officers were conducting a prostitution sting.
However, Lieutenant Jill Encinias, who heads the Police Department's special victims unit, said there was no such operation that weekend.
The teen vomited into a trash can while on the witness stand after she described the sex acts they performed.
At one point, Abuslin said, Bunton told her that 'the 20s weren't popping,' meaning that streets near 20th Avenue and International Boulevard had fewer men looking for prostitutes.
Miles now considers himself a different kind of boss.