3 women at massage parlor face prostitution charges

At top, Xiaoling Huang; below, L-R, Chunhua Min and Furong Ren. Photos/Fayette County Jail.
At top, Xiaoling Huang; below, L-R, Chunhua Min and Furong Ren. Photos/Fayette County Jail.

For the second time in less than two years, employees at a Peachtree City massage parlor have been charged with prostitution and masturbation for hire. The first time was in October 2020, and the second was on July 28.

The Peachtree City Police Department recently received anonymous complaints of prostitution and masturbation for hire at the PTC 74 Spa on Ga. Highway 74 North, according to police department spokesman Chris Hyatt.

Undercover operatives were sent into the business to conduct an investigation, and they were offered services that led to the charges, Hyatt said.

Hyatt said those charged included:

Furong Ren, 52, of Peachtree City, on two counts of masturbation for hire, two counts of sexual battery and two counts of prostitution.

Chunhua Min, 55, of Peachtree City, on one count of masturbation for hire, one count of sexual battery and one count of prostitution.

Xiaoling Huang, 64, of Peachtree City, manager of the business, for keeping a place of prostitution.

It was less than two years ago, in October 2020, that a Peachtree City woman working at a subsequently closed massage business in the Peachtree Crossing Shopping Center on Ga. Highway 54 was charged with prostitution and masturbation for hire.


  1. We need to go after the owners of these massage parlors, because as another commenter says, the individuals arrested are being forced to work there and being exploited. Gotta get to the root of the problem.

  2. No jokes but this also isn’t the first time I’ve read this in the Citizen.They need to be locked up & serve time, just like anyone else would if they did this.No pity party. What going on with P.T.C. lately ?

  3. Before the jokes begin, people should remember that many people who come into this line of work are victims of human trafficking. The Atlanta Metro area’s position at the intersection of three major cross country interstates has made this area major hub for human trafficking. Women and children are particularly exploited. The real perpetrators are protected by their distance from, plausible deniability of, and fear created in their victims.