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A Canberra brothel owner charged with immigration offences over workers at her Fyshwick brothels will spend no further time behind bars. Worksafe inspectors shut the brothels down, after identifying fire risks and high levels of mould inside the brothels.
July 23, Supplied: ACT Policing Jamaree Suksom, 58, was charged with allowing an unlawful citizen to work and presenting false documents allowing a person to gain entry to Australia. Defence lawyer, James Maher, said his client had expressed remorse and recognised the impacts of her behaviour. Mr Maher said Suksom had been born in Thailand as one of 10 children, and left school in year 7 in order to work and support her family. The court heard she moved to Australia to seek opportunity and she originally worked in a restaurant, before taking up sex work in Brisbane.
Mr Maher said she had moved to the ACT for work and had been the owner operator of licensed brothels since He said she had been unemployed since the charges and had no desire to continue working in the sex industry. The defence lawyer told the court there was no evidence Suksom had taken advantage of the workers, and had not underpaid or exploited them.
Mr Maher said his client had been aware the women did not have the right to work in Australia, but thought she was doing them a favour by allowing them to earn money. He conceded a term of imprisonment was the appropriate sentence, but argued it should be served by way of a suspended sentence. Dr Boss said the crimes had been committed for financial gain and offences of that nature undermined the integrity of the nation's borders and the conditions on which people come to live in Australia.
While she found there had been "an elaborate degree of planning", she said the illegal workers did not "appear to have been exposed to inhumane conditions". The magistrate said a term of imprisonment was the only appropriate punishment, and sentenced Suksom to eight months jail.