Woman gets 6 years probation, fined $89K in Fuji probe
A woman who operated a Horizon Drive massage parlor and prostitution business was sentenced to 6 years of probation and will pay fines and court costs totaling just over $89,000.
Nan O’ Reilly, 60, currently a Colorado Springs resident who for 14 years operated Fuji Oriental Massage Therapy, 762 Horizon Dr., was sentenced this afternoon by District Judge Valerie Robison in a hearing which included an admonishment from the judge for O’Reilly to not use marijuana while serving probation.
O’Reilly tested positive for marijuana in a urine sample that was provided to Mesa County Probation authorities on Jan. 5, which was the same day she pleaded guilty in Robison’s courtroom to felony counts of pimping and tax evasion.
According to testimony today, O’Reilly applied for a medical marijuana card three days after she provided her “hot” urine sample. The judge seized on that information in handing down a fine of $65,000, saying O’Reilly’s sole source of income for the better part of three decades has been from prostitution.
“You’ve continued to engage in illegal activities in some form or another,” Robison said.
Read more in Thursday’s Daily Sentinel.