Passaic Massage Parlor Shut Down, Owner Charged for Violating Murphy’s Law

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PASSAIC, NJ – There was no happy ending this week for Miran Lee, owner of a Passaic massage parlor who was operating her business in violation of Murphy’s Law.   Miran Lee, 45, of Passaic, N.J., was charged on May 12 with violating the emergency orders and risking/causing widespread injury (4th degree) after police found her massage business – New Asian Massage – open and serving customers. On two prior occasions, Lee was issued summonses for violating the emergency orders by operating the same non-essential business and failing to practice social distancing.

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