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Nevada brothel to help workers pay student debt

Dennis Hof, outside the Moonlight Bunny Ranch in Carson City, Nevada.
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Dennis Hof, outside the Moonlight Bunny Ranch in Carson City, Nevada.

One of Nevada's legal brothels is going to help its workers make student loan payments, reports UPI.

Dennis Hof, owner of the Bunny Ranch, announced last week a program that will match debt payments with the amount a prostitute makes. The program will last a two-month period and will apply to women who have been accredited at two- and four-year universities, the report said.

"I had a University of Michigan cheerleader named Krissy Summers come to The Bunny Ranch a few years ago after she was $40,000 in debt with student loans," he told UPI. "She paid them all off in two months. She even ended up liking the business and staying long enough to fund her graduate studies."

Hof is also eyeing a run for Congress, UPI reported. His brothel was featured in the 2002 HBO documentary "Cathouse."

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