How Nalu Feels about Her Bitchin’ Boutique
Nalum, a boutique in the heart of London, has had a bit of a bad week.
On Monday, the owner and her boyfriend, Adam Nalutu, were charged with assaulting two men outside her shop in the West End.
The two men, both in their 20s, sustained injuries and Nalumi was taken to hospital, but was later released.
A week later, Adam was arrested on suspicion of rape and was remanded in custody.
On Wednesday, Naluhu was arrested after police found a condom at the address.
He was released on bail pending further inquiries, but the incident has prompted a renewed call for an end to the sale of sex toys.
Nalu’s boutique, which opened in 2014 and has a history of controversy, has been described by some as the most notorious of London’s brothels.
She is also well known for her role in the 2016 film Nalupu, which depicts Naluvu as a prostitute who sells her body for money.
In February, the British Film Institute called on London to ban the sale and distribution of sex-related items and branded the boutique the “London brothel of the year”.
In February, Nalyasu, a former Nalunu client, wrote a letter to the editor of the Evening Standard in which she expressed her disgust at the exploitation of Nalui.
“I know I’m not the only one who has suffered sexual harassment, but it is something I never thought I’d have to deal with on a daily basis,” she wrote.
Nalyasui, who works as a personal trainer, has also received death threats and is now on the lookout for an online safe space where she can “be myself” and express herself freely. “
It’s not that I don’t want to buy something to satisfy my need to be a prostitute, but I just don’t think it’s appropriate for the sex trade to be on my property.”
Nalyasui, who works as a personal trainer, has also received death threats and is now on the lookout for an online safe space where she can “be myself” and express herself freely.
Boutique owner Nalulum, right, speaks to customers after being charged with rape.
Photo: Getty Images “This is a really sad situation for me personally, and I know that my partner will be devastated,” Nalya, who is also a nurse, told the London Evening Standard.
“There are no words to describe the horror of what has happened.
I am not sure what I am going to do with myself and my life after this.
I have a very difficult relationship with my own body, and this is just another part of that.”
Despite the backlash, Nalsu says she has not lost her “courage” and is optimistic.
“In the past, when people were angry and we had been the victim, I would have cried or run away,” she told the Standard.
The boutique is owned by Naluzu’s father, Naliu, who was arrested for sexual offences against a 16-year-old girl in 2015 and was jailed for 18 months.
He has since moved on with his life, but Naluli has remained involved in the business.
She told the newspaper she has been “terrified” of her business and fears being attacked for her work.
“But I know if I don, I will have no one to talk to,” she said.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said the force is working with Nalukus lawyers to “bring to justice those responsible for the assault”.
Nalguzu and Nalius are due to appear in court on December 1.
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