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Detectives began an investigation into the girl after her parents reported her missing in which later found she had been prostituting herself at businesses in Melbourne. A Melbourne court heard on Tuesday that she twice worked hour shifts - with just a one-hour break in that two-day period - and had also been supplied drugs by clients.
In statements to police she admitted being employed from late in the brothels and the escort agency that included High Class Escorts, California Club, Ladies for Gentlemen and Georgie's Place. Leading Senior Constable Timberlake said the girl did not provide an identity and told Hensman it was with VicRo and she would produce it when she got it.
The girl told investigators she worked at the brothel for about eight days and estimated that in that time she had about male 40 clients and had sex with about half of them. She told police that she once worked a hour shift with an hours sleep, then worked 24 hours without a break, and that clients gave her drugs. On one occasion she was directed to go home by a staff member because she was too drug affected to work.
Leading Senior Constable Timberlake said police - from the Melbourne sex offence and child abuse investigation team - searched the brothel in May, Hensman, 31, of Fitzroy, pleaded guilty before magistrate Ann Collins to a charge of allowing to take part in sex work. Defence lawyer Rob Stary told the court the girl at the time had provided a medical certificate which indicated she was an "adult" and while Hensman knew she was a "younger person" she believed she was an adult.
Mr Stary said Hensman understood that children were vulnerable and susceptible to exploitation and she was "distressed" at her failure in "not making adequate enquiries". He asked Ms Collins not to convict Hensman, a mother of two, who now had stability in her life after an earlier "chaotic" past that had not involved any prior offending. Ms Collins, however, ruled a conviction was warranted as Hensman had an obligation to determine the age of who was vulnerable in such an industry.
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She accepted that Hensman could have run a defence to the charge, that she had self incriminated herself and that her guilty plea had saved the child from giving evidence in court. Glenda Smith, 53, of Werribee, also pleaded guilty on Tuesday to the same charge after the girl worked for 12 hours at Ladies for Gentlemen in Richmond where Smith was a manager.
The girl had two clients and did not have sex with either. Smith's lawyer said her client had worked as receptionist for about 10 years in brothels and had taken her responsibilities seriously, but on this day she had been "flustered" at a busy time.
Ms Collins told Smith, who has no prior convictions and now does not work, there was no excuse for her not taking the appropriate steps to ensure was not abused "in the way this child was". She accepted that Smith had worked in brothels without blemish for a decade, but said that her role in sentencing was to deter others and ensure that no one worked in the industry unless they were the proper age.
Two other accused - Matthew O'Hare, of Brighton, and Phillip Moore, of Ocean Grove - have elected to have their charges listed for a committal mention. Defence barrister Scott Johns, for Mr Ladies for gentlemen melbourne, 36, who is charged with three offences and who is no longer a e or works in the industry, said his client had not been present at the premises Georgie's Place in Caulfieldhad no dealings with the girl and did not know she had been present.
Rolf Breisch, for Mr Moore, 68, a e in at Ladies for Gentlemenconfirmed that his client took the identical defence position as Mr Johns'.
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Mr Johns said his client "denies strenuously" engaging in any alleged conduct. The case against both men was adjourned until November.