There’s a lesson in this boys and girls
If you’re a member of a state legislature, always work out in advance the fee for the gay prostitute, always pay the agreed upon fee, and never let the gay prostitute take your wallet.
On Monday, Curtis told The Columbian newspaper of Vancouver, Wash., that he did not solicit sex.
“I committed no crime,” he said. “I did not solicit sex. I was trying to help somebody out.”
Curtis, a former firefighter, declared, “I am not gay.”
In his initial statement to Spokane police on Oct. 26, Curtis admitted having sex with Castagna, but said he did not offer to pay for sex. He said he gave him $100 as gas money, but said he did not consider that paying for sex, according to the police reports.
Police reports said Curtis initially contacted a friend in the Washington State Patrol, in Western Washington, to investigate the case because he feared the Spokane authorities would talk to the media. But patrol officials referred the case to Spokane police.
The police reports added that Curtis told officers he only wanted his wallet back “and wanted to keep the incident as low key as possible.” He did not want to pursue charges against Castagna, the report said.
Oh yeah, I forgot. If there’s a dispute over the money, don’t call the cops. And if you do, when your story goes public please do us all a favor and don’t say, “I’m not gay.”