(AP) A Boca raton condo manager who has been charged with two counts of trafficking sex-related acts has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Amber Lee Stuckey, 45, was charged with one count of promoting prostitution and one count each of promoting sex trafficking and sex trafficking with a child.
She is scheduled to appear in court in Boca on June 8.
A criminal complaint filed by the Orange County district attorney’s office says Stuckeys, a co-owner of the Condo Edge condominium complex, solicited and accepted two underage females who were working as prostitutes at her property.
The complaint says the victims were “exposed to a variety of sexual activities including oral, anal, and vaginal penetration.”
The complaint says Stoughys daughter, who also works at the property, also provided the girls with alcohol.
The allegations were made against the condominium and not her husband, the complaint said.
Stuckeys defense attorney, Michael Lipsky, told The Associated Press that Stucks daughter was working for Stuckeyes son at the time of the alleged acts and Stucs daughter did not know the allegations were false.
The district attorney, who declined to be identified, declined to comment about the case or whether it will go to trial.