He had just 10 paying customers (including a New York Post reporter) and, at a rate of $300 an hour, that equals just $3,000 for ten 1-hour session. But let’s give him the benefit of the doubt, and say each session was two hours long. That’s still just $6,000 in fees since he began his job in January, and that doesn’t account for how much Shady Lady Ranch takes as a cut, or what he pays in taxes.
Prostitution is a business, yo. But at least one other guy is staking his claim: Markus’ replacement is a gent named “Y. Not.” Ahem. But maybe unlike Markus, Mr. Not will be open to sexin’ dudes?