Chicago firefighter accused of giving ‘erotic massage’ at home


A Chicago firefighter has been accused of running an “erotic massage” business in his home on the northwest side, officials said.

Brendan A. Kennedy Gussiole, 37, was charged with facilitating prostitution, a felony, and appeared in court Friday and was released on bail after Cook County Judge Kelly Marie McCarthy set it at $5,000. released.

According to Chicago Police reports, Kennedy-Gassiore paid for advertisements on adult websites, took bookings, and directed customers to homes within 1,000 feet of schools where “prostitution took place.”

Kennedy Gassiol receives about half, or $50, for every 40-50 “erotic massages” performed by his 23-year-old victim, and is paid $200 for every $400 sexual activity performed. It says. to the report.

He was identified by the victim, and Kennedy Gassiol reportedly instructed her to set the price at $150 for a half-hour session and $200 for a one-hour session per customer.

She performed as many as 50 acts and Kennedy Gassiol was in the apartment when they happened.

Kennedy Gassiol’s attorney, Alison Motta, was an active firefighter until her arrest on Thursday and has received at least three accolades from the fire department, including “excellent.”

Kennedy Gassiol, who is also a fire department paramedic, declined to comment when contacted by phone and is scheduled to return to court on April 14.

A spokesperson for the Chicago Fire Department, Larry Langford, confirmed that Kennedy Gassior was driving the fire department’s engine, but had no immediate comment.

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