A new Indiana law could bring an end to those looking to get more than a therapeutic massage.
Massage therapists must now get a license. A law therapist Marhia Ross is excited for because she hopes it cuts out an ugly side to her profession.
“There is nothing worse than having a client come in and thinking that they’re going to get more than a therapeutic massage,” Ross said.
The problem, when parlors use women to go beyond massages. This October, seven Central Indiana businesses were raided after officers investigated women performing sexual acts.