611A.82 Acts not defenses.
None of the following shall alone or jointly be a sufficient defense to an action under section 611A.81:
(1) the plaintiff consented to engage in acts of prostitution;
(2) the plaintiff was paid or otherwise compensated for acts of prostitution;
(3) the plaintiff engaged in acts of prostitution prior to any involvement with the defendant;
(4) the plaintiff apparently initiated involvement with the defendant;
(5) the plaintiff made no attempt to escape, flee, or otherwise terminate contact with the defendant;
(6) the defendant had not engaged in prior acts of prostitution with the plaintiff;
(7) as a condition of employment, the defendant required the plaintiff to agree not to engage in prostitution; or
(8) the defendant's place of business was posted with signs prohibiting prostitution or prostitution-related activities.
HIST: 1994 c 624 s 3