Baton Rouge police say they were contacted on Sunday morning by an alleged sex worker after the “John” who hired her demanded his money back.
The Baton Rouge Police Department said Pamela Landry, 50, brought the would-be client, 61-year-old Michael Pratt, to a local motel, ABC affiliate WBRZ reported.
The plan, according to a police affidavit, was for the two to exchange sex for money and “get some crack.”
But Landry said the man became irate and demanded a refund, accusing her of failing to provide “services.”
That’s when she called authorities, who arrived on the scene of the Shades Motel where the two were staying. Landry later confessed to spending the money on crack cocaine, according to police.
She’s been charged with one count of prostitution (second conviction) and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Pratt, who allegedly told officers while being taken into custody that he “just wanted a good time,” has been charged with one count of prostitution.