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For Sale: The Male Whore House Where the Bryan Kocis Murder Plot was Hatched

Virginia Beach- A house where police say two gay porn stars ran a prostitution ring, entertained clients and plotted a rival’s murder is for sale.

Until recently, prosecutors had tried to seize the home at 1028 Stratem Court, saying it was purchased with the proceeds of prostitution and other illegal acts.

On Aug. 10, however, prosecutors gave up that effort, saying it was too much trouble because the house’s huge mortgage was about as big as the home’s value.

On Saturday, the five-bedroom house off Birdneck Road, near Owl’s Creek Golf Course, was listed at $679,000. It was built two years ago, and the agent, Kelley Bass of Realty Executives in Virginia Beach, said it is in excellent condition.

The house’s online listing declares: “This home is priced to sell! … Motivated seller!”

The owners – Harlow Cuadra 25, and Joseph Kerekes, 33 – are in jail in Pennsylvania. They are accused of murdering Bryan Kocis, a rival gay porn movie producer, near Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

A preliminary hearing on the charges was held Monday in Pennsylvania, but there was no immediate ruling, according to The Citizens’ Voice newspaper in Wilkes-Barre. The hearing will continue Thursday.

The defendants were arrested in May. At the time, lawyers for the pair complained that police had trashed the house. But Bass said, “I don’t see evidence of any damage at all.”

In a search warrant affidavit in May, police said Cuadra and Kerekes ran a prostitution ring disguised as a legitimate escort service called Norfolk Companions Inc.

A confidential informant told police that Cuadra and Kerekes charged $200 an hour for sexual acts at the Stratem Court home, which included a room with a massage table, multiple-head shower, king-sized bed, leather couch and hot tub, according to the affidavit.

The pair lived lavishly at the house. Police seized $26,000 cash as well as two large plasma TVs (one 55 inches, one 50 inches); four cars (three of which were worth about $100,000 each); five computer monitors; stereo and video equipment; and several pieces of gold and diamond jewelry.

At first, Cuadra and Kerekes challenged the seizures, then gave up the effort. On Aug. 10, a court awarded custody of all the property, except the house, to the state.

Cuadra and Kerekes still own the house, but it carries two mortgages totaling $540,000, according to deeds filed in court. The house’s latest city assessment is $542,683.

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