What to Know When Paying for Sex Might Cost You Your Clearance

In a new article published in ClearanceJobs, KCNF partner Elisabeth Baker-Pham discusses how involvement in the commercial sex trade could jeopardize a person’s security clearance.

On Nov. 8, the DOJ announced allegations against three individuals who allegedly operated a network of “high-end brothels” in Boston and northern Virginia, serving prominent clients that included politicians, military officers, government contractors, and other professionals who might hold security clearances. Buying or selling sex raises concerns under multiple clearance guidelines. While the circumstances of each case may be different, certain situations may be better or worse than others.

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