CNBC'S "DIRTY MONEY: THE BUSINESS OF HIGH END PROSTITUTION" PREMIERES ON NOVEMBER 11TH
"Dirty Money: The Business Of High End Prostitution," will premiere on Tuesday, November 11th at 10PM and 1AM ET.
It may be the world's oldest "recession-proof" profession. CNBC's "Dirty Money: The Business Of High End Prostitution," reported by Melissa Francis, co-anchor of CNBC's "The Call," premieres Tuesday, November 11 at 10PM and 1AM ET and exposes the "escorts" behind the thriving and risky business of selling sex, companionship, and time to the über rich and powerful.
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