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".
Flowers told The Guardian he was "somebody who tries to be a decent Christian" and lives by the mantra "What would Jesus do?" He denied taking drugs in his own home was an offence after our video showed him snorting cocaine with four naked rent boys.
She said: "There are no official tolerance zones for rent boys and no plans to introduce any."
In a statement they said: "We received further reports of 'rent boy' chants aimed at Chelsea fans, before and during their fixture against Manchester United.
I am going to try to do better" Former shadow chancellor Ed Balls on his prospects for Strictly Come Dancing "I would have liked to have taken all my crockery and broken it on his head" Maria Fernandes, wife of MP Keith Vaz, on hearing of his involvement with rent boys "My wife picks all my clothes for me - but only when I am dressing as a man" Cross-dressing artist Grayson Perry
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.
"There were a lot of rent boys, all around their early 20s, and a lot of drugs.
I receive a steady stream of hate mail, death threats, allegations of dabbling with rent boys - from the same kind of people.
The page devoted to 'rent boys', reported in the Mercury on Sunday June 1, is a small section of a site featuring more than 100 pages, mostly dealing with bars, clubs and photos from Gay Pride events.
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.
The Independent Television Commission fined Channel 4 pounds 150,000 after it was found that certain scenes involving rent boys and clients had been faked.
Having overseen the worst housing crisis in history they should not be surprised if the public see them as political rent boys.
The bank has been in turmoil since a PS1.5billion black hole emerged in its finances last year following the scandal of its chairman, "Crystal Methodist" Paul Flowers, who partied with rent boys and was convicted of possessing cocaine.