White prostitutes defend their black pimps in a New York court: Father and son, Vincent George Sr. and Jr.

father-son-pimp-teamAdmitted prostitute Danielle Geissler, 31, recently took the witness stand in the State Supreme Court in Manhattan courtroom to defend Vincent “King Koby” George Jr., 35. He and his father, Vincent  “Vee” George Sr., 55, are on trial for charges of sex trafficking, money laundering, among other other crimes, which could land them up to 25 years in prison.

Their defense attorney, Howard Greenberg, dismisses any wrongdoing on his clients’ behalf, saying, “The women, simply put, worked as hos because they wanted to. Of course they’re promoting prostitutes … what’s the big deal?”

Geissler says she met George Jr., whom she calls “daddy,” on her “18th” birthday and that he spoils her: buying her a house, two cars, vacations (to Florida and skiing in Vermont), clothes and helping her keep a “full fridge.”

New York prosecutor John Temple managed to reverse the Jedi mind tricks that have been played on Geissler and got her to admit these delusions of grandeur really boil down to a pimp-prostitute business arrangement.

Yvette Caslin
Yvette Caslin

I'm a writer, image architect & significance marketer. Love photojournalism, creative expression & originality.



Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required

Join Our Newsletter

Get the latest news from Rolling Out.