rent boy

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rent boy

A boy or young man who is a prostitute. Primarily heard in UK. The young man was taken from his parents and forced to work overseas as a rent boy.
See also: boy, rent
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London's High Court heard they have "indicated" that, if necessary, they will argue that the words were "true" and that there are "reasonable grounds to suspect" Mr Brown of "paying a rent boy, or rent boys, for rough sex".
He denied taking drugs in his own home was an offence after our video showed him snorting cocaine with four naked rent boys.
All the cast are excellent with Richard Jones, as recovering addict Mark, and James Proctor, as the teenage rent boy, particularly moving.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard yesterday asked a senior adviser to resign after he used parliamentary privilege to accuse a gay judge of using government cars to pick up rent boys.
POLICE have been secretly asked to ignore rent boys selling sex on the streets of Edinburgh.
Paul Flowers (the disgraced former Co-op chairman and minister nicknamed the Crystal Methodist) has been filmed partaking of his old habits during a four-day drug-fuelled bender with rent boys in a Jacuzzi.
The drug-loving suspended reverend - nicknamed the Crystal Methodist at the height of the scandal that enveloped him two years ago - was earlier filmed snorting lines as he entertained four naked rent boys at a bizarre hot-tub party in his back garden.
Here's Auden, caustic wit and sexual appetite undimmed, en route to becoming a physical wreck, peeing in the kitchen sink and entertaining rent boys.
I receive a steady stream of hate mail, death threats, allegations of dabbling with rent boys - from the same kind of people.
Alleged victim Michael Mills, 39, was at David Wharf site in Barry with his apprentice when he said workmate Robert Taylor, 40, called them rent boys.
Smith was born in Montgomeryshire, Mid-Wales, and first worked as a rent boy in Birmingham and then Oxford before moving to Southend, where he ran other rent boys.
Young boys are ensnared, too, to work as rent boys, with all earnings going to crime bosses.
That's all well and good, but Pearce's moralizing skates perilously close to homophobia--he calls Wilde's adventures with rent boys typical of "life's lowest common denominator"--and his smug satisfaction with what he sees as Wilde's inevitable embrace of the church left a bad taste in my mouth.
Tucker was part of a 10-man paedophile gang who targeted rent boys, drugged them and then subjected them to degrading sexual acts over a 15-year period.