Mother-daughter duo busted by police for running prostitution tag team


Police have busted a ‘family business’ after an alleged mother and daughter prostitute team were spotted advertising their services online.

Tanja Gammon, 57, and Darcel Gammon, 31, were both arrested last Tuesday in Kissimmee, Florida after authorities stumbled upon an ad touting for business on the classifieds website

The duo, from New Jersey, were busted in an undercover police sting after cops responded to their online ad.

Tanja Gammon, pictured, and daughter Darcel have been detained on prostitution and other charges and are being held in the Osceola County jail   Darcel Gammon has been detained on prostitution and other charges and is being held in the Osceola County jail

Court records obtained by The Smoking Gun showed the pair had placed the ad under the alias the name ‘Tamara’ — claiming she was a ‘Sexy MILF’ with an ‘Awesome Attitude & Personality’ as well as an immense hatred for the ‘taste of Latex.’

Cops called the number and were directed to meet the alleged sex workers at Motel 6 for a $100 30-minute encounter.

‘When I arrived … I knocked on the door and was greeted by Tanja, who was wearing lingerie,’ the officer wrote in his statement.

‘Tanja said to get comfortable and retrieved a condom from her purse,’ he continued.

The cop said that Tanja pulled a condom from her purse, then grabbed his hand and reportedly thrust it towards her crotch.

‘You got to make sure I don’t have a d***,’ she told him, according court documents.

Undercover cops were directed to meet the alleged sex workers at Motel 6 for a $100 30-minute encounter

The documents say she briefly exposed the officer’s penis before cops swooped, arresting her and her daughter, who they later found in the bathroom.

Both of the women were wearing lingerie.

Police claim Tanja shouted ‘I didn’t take the money yet, I didn’t take the money yet!’ So it really doesn’t matter!’ as she was being detained.

The mother-daughter duo apparently worked together at Motel 6, alternating as each other’s lookout and security.

Darcel allegedly told an Osceola County Sheriff’s Office deputy while being driven to jail that she ‘knew I was a cop and that I called her first but she knew better than to call back.’

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