Brockton: Cheer coach, spa owner faces prostitution charge

A volunteer youth cheerleading coach has been charged with running a prostitution ring at the three spas she owns in southeastern Massachusetts.

Terry Mussari was released on $2,000 after pleading not guilty in Brockton District Court on Monday to one count of deriving support from prostitution.

Prosecutors allege the 45-year-old Mussari of Stoughton, offered an undercover officer 12 women to provide sexual services at a private party for men at the Brockton spa she owned. She also owns spas in Canton and Norwood.

Prosecutors also allege spa workers have been offering clients sex for cash they called “tips.”

Mussari’s lawyer called the charges “inaccurate, exaggerated and embellished.”

The president of a Stoughton youth sports league says Mussari resigned Monday as coach of an elementary school-age cheerleading squad.

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