WEIGHT: 47 kg
Sex services: Dinner Dates, Massage erotic, Striptease, Fisting anal, Massage
Pamela a pseudonym to protect her identity was arrested in January last year in a well-known hotel in Tirana, in bed with two businessmen and a substantial quantity of cocaine. She is 18 years old. She started working as a prostitute when she was As a child, Pamela was abandoned by her mother and maltreated by her grandmother. She felt she had no alternative but to run away from home. She left in January , not looking back once, wearing little more than slippers and a sweater.
She did not realise then that the price of her freedom would have to be paid in bed, with men of very different standing, from those with an air of sophistication to hardened drinkers. A close friend gave her shelter — but then explained she would have to earn her keep, by working as a prostitute. A tall brunette with big black eyes, full lips and a seductive girlish smile, Pamela sold her body in different cities and towns — in Tirana, Durres, Vlora and Saranda.
Bouncers, waiters, coffee shop owners, hotel receptionists and taxi drivers took care of providing clients. The police operation that resulted in her arrest was codenamed Model Girl. An unimaginative choice, but perhaps an indication of whom the police considered their main target. They were not charged with any offence. Even their names were not made public. Pamela, on the other hand, was sent to trial and convicted of working as a prostitute.
She is serving her month sentence at a rehabilitation centre for trafficking victims in Linza, on the outskirts of Tirana. They're as young as There have been several attempts to decriminalise prostitution in Albania but all of them have failed.
Politicians claim public opinion would not support such a change. In , parliament rejected a petition from the country's anti-discrimination commissioner to strike prostitution from the criminal code. Some female members of parliament argued in vain that most sex workers were victims of human trafficking and should not be treated as criminals. Last year, both the government and parliament campaigned against a similar proposal from the national High Court.