Nashville Police charge woman with felony aggravated prostitution due to HIV status

Nashville Police charge woman with felony aggravated prostitution due to HIV status

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Nashville police conducted a sting operation this week, placing ads on skipthegames.com and meeting respondents at a hotel near Elliston Place & 24th Ave North. 33-year-old Kaetlin Blakeman responded to an ad and agreed to have sex with an undercover detective for $250 an hour. As she was taken into custody at the hotel police found heroin in her bra, and it was discovered she was HIV+, which she also admitted in an interview post-arrest. She was charged with felony aggravated prostitution due to her medical status. A commissioner set her bond at $26,000.

Kaetlin Blakeman (MNPD)
Kaetlin Blakeman (MNPD)

Kaetlin R. Blakeman was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail on February 23rd, charged with felony aggravated prostitution and drug possession. She remains jailed in lieu of a $26,000 bond.

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