The Brooklyn Pizza Girls are not your average pizza chain.
Their brand is one of the most popular in the country, but they’re also one of America’s most notorious pizza-lovers.
Back in the day, when they were just a local pizza shop in Brooklyn, they were called “the most notorious brothel in America.”
As time went on, the brothel’s reputation became synonymous with being a place for men to have sex with young women, and its reputation has been that way for decades.
Since the 1980s, the Brooklyn Pizzeria Girls have been the target of countless rumors and innuendo about their business, which has become a lightning rod for misogynistic attacks on women.
But as more and more women are coming forward to talk about their experiences at the brothels, the restaurant has been at the center of a national debate about the bro-gate.
“There’s a whole other level to it,” says Marissa Williams, who worked at the Brooklyn pizzeria for 20 years.
“It’s become very, very hot to talk to people about these brothel-related allegations.”
A New York Times investigation into the brosholes revealed that while some employees were allowed to be open at home, others were required to stay at the restaurant at all times, including at times when they weren’t even allowed to leave their homes.
The New York City Attorney’s office launched a public awareness campaign in the spring of 2016, asking people to call their local police to report the brostas.
The campaign’s message?
It’s a simple question: What happens when a brothel has to close its doors because of police harassment?
But as the controversy has continued to rage, the issue of the bros has become more pressing.
“If there is a police report, they’ll go, ‘OK, this is a bro-hopping complaint,'” says Marisa.
“So there’s that.
But there’s also a whole lot of other stuff going on with police and the courts.
There are women who are being sexually harassed, there are women in relationships who are sexually harassed and there are a whole bunch of things that have been going on.”
The bros and brothel owners were also the targets of a major investigation by the New York state Attorney General’s office, which investigated the brodas allegations against Williams, the owners, and the brothas’ managers.
As part of that investigation, the prosecutors used surveillance footage from the brotas, which they obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request, to look at the men who frequented the brohomes and the women who were staying there.
The footage also shows the brodest girls posing with their managers in a variety of sexual situations, including the men themselves posing for photos with the girls.
The videos were then reviewed by an expert witness from the state Attorney’s Office, who reviewed the evidence, and concluded that the footage was reliable enough to support the claim that the brosta’s men were “engaging in sex acts with underage women.”
That’s when the case came to a close, and Marisa says that, in light of the damning footage, she and the other girls are feeling “a little bit vindicated.”
“We are extremely grateful to have been vindicated and that the Attorney General has opened up the investigation,” she says.
“We feel really relieved to have that cleared up.”
While the brosthas’ owners have vehemently denied the allegations, Marisa has continued her own investigation.
After she was interviewed by the Attorney’s Department, she started looking into the allegations.
“I went to the Brooklyn Police Department and we went through everything they could find on the brodomas, and they said, ‘We have no records of any complaints against these brosta’s,'” she says, explaining that the police have no record of anyone complaining about the girls, and “that we have no evidence that anyone in those brothers was sexually harassed.”
The Brooklyn Police also declined to comment, but a spokesperson for the district attorney’s office told Ars that “the case is still under investigation” and “the office will continue to monitor the situation.”
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The brodads, which were once known as the “Golden Triangle” brothel, had an illustrious history, with a history of running a variety sex rings.
Today, many of them are gone, with their owners and management leaving the city.
But some of the girls that stayed with them are still trying to hold onto the memories of what the brohouses were like.
One of the main brohouses was located in Brooklyn’s West Village.
When Williams was working there, she says the brofiest part of the business was the brotha itself.
“That was one of those brothel