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Sophie Neil, who suffers from arthritis, has offered punters a host of services, from kinky physical relations to saucy phone chat, for years. Her neighbours in Waterloo Drive, Banbury, had no idea they had a prostitute operating on their doorstep. Ms Neil advertised her services on a recorded message via a premium rate mobile telephone number and a website with links, which give details of her services and charges, with an hour visit costing Operating at certain times and days of the week, she also offers to get her 'mature naughty lady friend' involved.
Her actions were uncovered in March by an investigation by Icstis, an independent regulator of premium rate telecommunications services. Following a tip-off from BT, it looked into her enterprise and found she contravened their regulations. Icstis fined her 2, but she appealed on the grounds of financial hardship and a review panel decided she will not have to pay unless she re-offends in the next year. A bar was put on the number. Speaking to the Banbury Guardian this week, Ms Neil said: There are loads of women offering services like mine.
This isn't about morals, it's about necessities and freedom of choice; men have needs, they are not built to be monogamous and services like mine relieve a big social problem. Ms Neil looks after the Waterloo Drive property but lives in another part of Banbury. She claims she now has no plans to carry on offering her services.
Though the premium phone service is no longer active her website is still running. Ms Neil, who is a carer for her elderly parents, began operating as a prostitute after becoming friends with someone who worked as an escort. Icstis's investigation ruled her website and premium rate number breached their guidelines. Ms Neil says she started the premium phone line number to help pay for a friend's private medication about a year ago.
She put many of the breaches down to technical faults and said she never meant to mislead or con anybody, and never made more than 20 a week from the premium rate line, calls to which lasted about two-and-a-half minutes. Waterloo Drive residents said they had no idea what had been taking place just meters from their homes, though one, who wished to remain anonymous, said it explained various events.