Disgraced former Olympian Scott Miller leaves Waverley Courthouse after a first appearance in Sydney, during a previous court appearance. The former athlete was again arrested and charged in July with supplying a prohibited drug of an indictable quantity after police allegedly discovered 7.
He still faces separate drugs charges, relating to his arrest at Potts Point in July.
Police had been conducting surveillance of what they described as a known drug location when they started following the car. Scott Miller, who won a silver medal in the men's meter butterfly at the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, is now in rehab after battle with drug abuse.
Miller has been undergoing medical treatment for rehabilitation in Melbourne. Outside the court he said he is very happy with the outcome of today's court proceedings.
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He confessed that he segued into the business after he had a bad few months working as a restaurant manager and bartender. He advertised on Rentboy, he said, in spite of the fact that he claimed to look like a 'hairy little Jewish Ewok' - and made 80, while traveling across the US and 'working like a hooker in the Wild West' during his first two years.
Despite the downsides, he said that his focus was on making clients happy. That's happened. He wants a moment where he's not thinking about something.
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Rentboy regulars: Many former users say that the shutdown has negatively affected their business. He started out doing massage via Masseurfinder, but when clients wanted extras he began advertising on Rentboy - and increased his income 30 per cent in the first month. Hopefully the feds have bigger fish to fry. I think it would take away a lot of the stigma if it were legal,' he said.
He has switched to advertising on Rentmen, which is cheaper, and explained that his business has not slowed down so far since Rentboy closed down. You have to humanize them. Making it legal would make it safer and encourage more safe sex. But I don't think American society is ready for that. B, a year-old grad student living in San Francisco said that when he started escorting in , he quickly found out that Rentboy had the best reputation of escort sites - and the bust has seen a lot of users scrambling to find a reputable replacement.
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But I haven't met with a new client since the raid,' he said. Knight, a year-old former site user based in New York City, said that he began escorting six years ago because he had two master's degrees, but no work to pay back his student loans. He chose Rentboy because it seemed 'safer and more professional', and he felt that the staff members did a better job of screening for safety - as well as providing a platform for people to meet, and preventing minors from accessing the services. His first client was a Chinese man who broke off his arranged engagement because he was falling for the escort.
I was proud of what I was able to do for him. He said that if he can keep escorting 'respectfully and ethically', he hopes to continue for the rest of his life, saying 'There's no such thing as a non-transactional relationship, anyway. Everyone puts money, time, and energy into relationships. A man buys a woman clothes, and she cooks for him.
Fortunately for me I have a good social-media presence, so I've been okay. Fellow former regular Rusty McMann, 52, says that he worked in nonprofit PR prior to advertising sexual services as an 'alternative market escort' in Las Vegas. This means, he explained: Luckily, he said that the shutdown has only drained around 10 per cent of his business. Disclaimers on New York-based Rentboy. But a federal complaint alleges that in reality the site, founded in , was designed to advertise prostitution.