But he’s about to have some more problems. Sources have given information to The Hayride about some of Gatti’s tenents. Among them are a couple of Asian “massage parlors.”
Here’s a Google Street view of 1610 E. Bert Kouns Industrial Loop in Shreveport. It’s the building Gatti owns and that he donated office space to John Bel Edwards when he ran for governor.
Notice the small sign for the massage parlor right after the huge Tri-State Physical Therapy sign. The massage parlor is called the Chinese Magic Hands Massage.
It’s a violation of state law to operate a “sexually oriented business” as a massage parlor. But it’s very clear the Chinese Magic Hands Massage was one of those places that provide a “happy ending” to its customers.
Here’s an advertisement from them that was featured on a website known for promoting the sex industry.
The parlor has run 6 ads within the past year on the escort site focusing on things like how pretty the Asian staff is. They also feature pictures of how pretty the girls are.
According to the Urban Dictionary, “body rub” is the slang term of an erotic massage and that may or may not end in a blowjob. This type of massage is illegal in Louisiana.
Here is another ad from the massage parlor.
It’s part of an apparent chain of Asian “massage parlors” that is active all over the state. They offer erotic massages to their customers. Sources have told The Hayride that the chain is under FBI investigation for human trafficking.
Even if Gatti isn’t aware of what goes on inside these parlors, it’s still yet another lapse in judgment. Just a look at the ads could tell you they’re involved in the sex trade.