America’s ‘highest paid’ sex worker sues Nevada governor over COVID shutdown and lost wages

A million-dollar-a-year sex worker is suing the state of Nevada for loss of income, demanding she be allowed to practice her profession amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Alice Little – who has been called the “highest paid” and most successful sex worker in America – filed the claim against the state’s governor Stephen S. Sislak last month and revealed this week the case was finally set for a hearing.

The Irish-born Little began sex work in 2016, and by 2018 was claiming earnings of more than $US1 million ($A1.35 million) over the calendar year.

But that came to a shuddering halt on March 17 this year, when the COVID-19 pandemic forced lockdowns across Nevada with Little’s employer, the Moonlite BunnyRanch brothel among the many businesses to close.

And despite some restrictions being lifted in May – with even casinos back in action by the first week of June – Nevada’s legal brothel industry remains closed.

Alice Little has launched court action to get her industry re-opened. Credit: Instagram

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