MOUNT JOY, Pa. (AP) — A central Pennsylvania woman accused of running a prostitution service out of her home says she charged only for massages, and that any sex that occurred with clients afterward was just “free fun.”

Thirty-two-year-old Crystal Sweigart faces a preliminary hearing Dec. 18 on charges she was operating illegally.

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But the Mount Joy woman, who posted ads offering “massage and stress relief” says she charged $50 for massages, but didn’t solicit payment for sex.

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She says anything that happened when the massage stopped becomes two consenting adults having fun. Sweigart went on to explain that she’s simply an “open-minded, sexual person who connected with men who were unfulfilled.”

Police have also charged a man and another woman who, they say, operated a Craigslist page used to advertise for Sweigart’s clients.

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