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Pasha Calls It Awful

Pasha Cowan, a BIG woman, says she’s tired of all the media attention. Here’s a clue. Don’t run an escort service

Denver- A strip-tease company president and a former escort service manager said Monday they’ve been dragged through the mud since becoming involved in the University of Colorado football-sex scandal.

“I’ve been pretty demonized in this whole thing, and I would love to tell my side, but I don’t see the point,” said Pasha Cowan, the former manager of an escort service identified by police as a front for prostitution. “It’s been pretty awful,” Cowan said, declining to elaborate.

Cowan testified before a statewide grand jury Friday, after her claims to police became public that former recruiting aide Nathan Maxcey hired prostitutes for young, athletic men. Maxcey has denied the implication that he hired prostitutes for recruits or players, saying he contacted the Best Variety escort service for his own use.

Cowan asked for a job with the CU athletic department, officials said, and took the allegations to police after she was turned down.

An investigative report made public last week alleged that Maxcey paid three call girls at least $2,000 in cash over a 45-day period and “arranged sex for other young men” at the Omni Interlocken Resort.

Part of the grand jury investigation is into who could have provided the money for prostitutes.

Cowan would not say who she thought was the source of the money.

She also said she didn’t know the other woman who testified Friday, the first day of the grand jury investigation into CU’s recruiting practices.

Hardbodies Entertainment Inc. president Steve Lower also became a central figure in CU’s scandal after he told media outlets in February that CU football players hired strippers to perform at parties for recruits as recently as this year.

At a federal court hearing Friday, an attorney for a woman suing the school over her alleged rape said he wanted to know the source of money a player used to hire a stripper in January and whether more than exotic dancing was involved.

The implication that a dancer provided sex is “the most ridiculous, preposterous thing I’ve ever heard in my life,” Lower said.

“What we do is so far removed from what Lisa Simpson did that I don’t know why I’m being dragged into this,” he said.

Simpson is one of three women suing the school, claiming CU fostered an environment of sexual harassment that led to their rapes in December 2001. No sexual assault charges were filed.



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