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Published:December 16th, 2013 14:07 EST

Prostitute Sues Colorado For Not Letting Her Open Medical Marijuana Store

By Robert Paul Reyes

"A Fort Collins, Colo., woman who pleaded guilty to prostitution is now saying that she was engaging in the Hindu religious practice of Tantra, and that her admission of guilt shouldn`t stop her from opening a medical marijuana store.


During the 2012 bust, Melody Kenyon claims she was participating in paid spiritual communion with the undercover cop who arrested her. She concedes that the incident "could be misconstrued as something sexual,` but that it was perfectly legal because she is a Hindu."


I would have more respect for Kenyon if she confessed: Yeah, I`m a ho, and I was keeping it ho real when I knocked boots with that cop.

It`s an insult to Kenyon`s religion and an affront to her integrity, for her to depict her interaction with the police officer as a spiritual communion.

Kenyon should be allowed to open a medical marijuana store; after all does the state require pot stores to ask  customers if they have ever solicited a prostitute?

What`s good for the goose is good for the gander, I say let Kenyon open a medical marijuana store. She can call it: Ho-listic Heavenly Herb!

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