A TEACHER has been fined after admitting allowing the Aberdeen flat she was staying in to be used as a brothel.
Anett Fejes, 43, along with Renata Szilagyi, 28, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court where they pleaded guilty to knowingly permitting a flat on Bridge Street to be used as a brothel.
The pair admitted that their services were advertised on various websites and Fejes was found with £1,475 in cash.
Her defence agent John McLoone said that Fejes was now back in Hungary and seeking work as a nursery nurse.
Defence for Szilagyi, Bob Anderson, said his client, a mum-of-two, had come to the city to try to find work in the oil industry but had since also returned to Hungary.
Sheriff Noel McPartlin fined Fejes and Szilagyi £375 each.