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Chief Inspector Chris Mallett said: "This was an ros the prostitute actress illegal venue which made millions of pounds - but also put lives at risk with the disorder it attracted.Birmingham city council is reportedly now investigating the claims of un-neighbourly conduct and whether the property has become a business.This was part of an ongoing dispute with your neighbours, which had been distressing them for many years.Cops discovered more than a dozen women inside along with sex paraphernalia.Mr Jenkins added there were also rumours of ticketed late-night pool parties.The owner of the house did not take the signs down before an inspection on August 22 and could face prosecution because.Swns:South West News Service 9, a VIP room with a 'therapist' costs up to 170 an hour.Read More, while Birmingham City Councils head of planning management, Richard Goulborn, said: We have had a number of complaints about The Tea House and can confirm that we are investigating.The planning application was rejected in May with the council stating it was unacceptable to introduce a town centre use to an out of centre location; that the application would have a significant adverse effect on the amenities of neighbours and that noise and wildlife.He said: Its a very bad situation.I am being told by residents that the property may be being used as a brothel.
A spokeswoman for the owner claims she knew nothing about the planning application and is unhappy with its content.Read More, the council received 26 letters of objection from nearby residents including a letter from Irwin Mitchell solicitors on behalf of one of them.Image caption An application for a tearoom "by appointment only" was rejected by Birmingham City Council.'She said you were being abusive to builders and she claimed that when she remonstrated with you, you pushed her with your stick with such force that she stumbled back into the road.The complaints also included pool parties at the property running late into the early hours and keeping families awake.Neighbours have complained about late-night activities at the property, which is said to have operated as an appointment-only tearoom for the past 100 years.The occupant had also received nuisance calls from unknown sources, the spokeswoman said, adding pool parties had taken place at the property since the occupant started living there 12 years ago."It's entirely and quite obvious that a tearoom by appointment is not a genuine tearoom.It's easy for me to talk about it, but they are living in it every day.".Inside the seedy world of Thailands infamous brothels and sex bars as it faces the axe in crackdown.
A council enforcement team is now investigating if the building has become a business and allegations of "un-neighbourly conduct".