Rent row brothel to reopen for business

Rent row brothel to reopen for business
133 Vincent St is owned by barrister Tony Bouchier. (Image: Michael Craig)
Maria Slade
The director of a central Auckland brothel business says she will reopen on Thursday night following a standoff with her barrister landlord.Aartisha Kumar spent three days camped in the foyer of 133 Vincent St after the building’s owner, former Auckland District Law Society president Tony Bouchier, attempted to evict the business over a rent dispute.Security staff stood guard, the power was turned off, and she was denied deliveries of food, she said.The business, branded One33, owed $177,000 in unpaid rent and insurance, Bouchier said.The...

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