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Call girl, client caught at hotel
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Anthony Scott Beeman - photo by Submitted
A Stone Mountain woman who listed her occupation as “call girl” and her alleged client were arrested over the weekend at a local hotel.

Maryann Ivett Concepcion, 27, was charged Saturday morning by the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office with one count of prostitution.

Anthony Scott Beeman, 41, of Arch Pass was charged with one count of solicitation.

They were released Saturday from the Forsyth County Detention Center after each posted $3,300 bond, a jail spokeswoman said.

According to a sheriff’s report, authorities were called about 3:30 a.m. Saturday to the Holiday Inn Express on Buford Highway in response to a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot.

Deputies spoke with the driver, who said he had just dropped Concepcion off to visit a friend.

A hotel employee reported seeing Concepcion get out of the car and go to one of the rooms.

The investigating deputy went up to the room and noted that he could hear “muffled noises from inside.”

About five minutes later, a fully-clothed woman opened the door and a man, wearing only underwear, was walking around inside. Both looked surprised, the deputy wrote.

According to the report, Beeman first said Concepcion was a friend of about eight years who was visiting him at the hotel. Despite the length of their alleged friendship, Beeman didn’t know her last name.

Authorities observed that both beds in the room had been used and there were signs of sexual activity.

Upon further questioning, Beeman told the deputy he was separated from his wife and needed someone to talk to about his marital problems.
Concepcion, he said, was a college friend from Maryland.

The deputy questioned whether the friends actually had time to talk during the estimated 30 minutes they had been in the room.

Beeman later said he did not know Concepcion, whom he admitting having met through Exclusive Callgirls of Atlanta.

According to its Web site,  the company offers “the most exquisite models, dinner dates and traveling companions.”

“Our models are intelligent and stunning companions who all share a contagious lust for life. We recruit only non-professional ladies who are mostly students, fashion models, secretaries, stewardesses, career women and other heavenly beauties.”

The company is listed as Concepcion’s employer on the sheriff’s report. Beeman said he paid her $250.

Both were taken into custody without incident.

The driver was not cited, authorities said, and additional charges in the case are unlikely.