By Michael Zennie. A year-old woman said the idea that her lawyer husband Ivan Dochter, 79, would set up an illicit rendezvous was 'ridiculous.
One Long Island divorce lawyer said four spurned wives have come into his office in recent weeks looking to leave their husbands after learning they were arrested for soliciting prostitutes. Several of the men busted in police stings at Nassau County hotels reportedly called District Attorney Kathleen Rice and begged her not to add their names and pictures to the 'wall of shame' she released at a press conference on Monday.
Rice's response: 'I didn't put them on the board. They put themselves on the board, and they're going to have to explain whatever they have to explain,' she told Newsday. Wall of shame: District Attorney Kathleen Rice said she hopes that this poster of the men arrested in a prostitution sting will put men on notice that they will be humiliated if they try to buy sex in Nassau County.
Not above the law: Attorneys Ivan Dochter, 79, left Gary Friedenberg, 72, center and Tamir Dardashtian, 39, right were all cuffed and arrested in the prostitution sting. Dochter's wife, Doris, 76, expressed disbelief that her husband was caught trying to buy a hooker. Doing no harm? Dochter's wife, Doris, was shocked by the news of her husband's arrest.
One of the johns told the New York Post that he is still desperately trying to hold his family together after his arrest: 'What is there to say? I made a mistake.
One marriage could be over, almost before it began. Jason DaCova, 26, was only just married in October, according to the couple's wedding registry. Nassau Community College professor Nicholas Sisti, 50, has yet to tell his family about the scandal. When a house sitter was reached by MailOnline, the woman - who would not give her name - said Sisti and his wife were 'were fine.
It's unknown how many of the men arrested have wives and children and whether any of their spouses had to wait until the public release of information today to learn of their alleged infidelity. Young man's game: Jason DaCova, 26, left was married in October - just seven months ago.
Ryan Diaz, 17, right is the youngest of the suspects caught up in the prostitution bust.
Nassau divorce lawyer Bryan L. Salamone says he has had four women come to him seeking divorces because their husbands were charged with soliciting prostitutes. About 20percent of marriages where a wife finds out her husband has been cheating - with a hooker or otherwise - will end in divorce.
Such divorces are usually bitter. The other 80percent of men will eventually be forgiven by their wives - often after marriage counseling and ificant amounts of contrition. All walks of life: The arrested men ranged in age from 17 to Several races and nationalities and religious backgrounds were also represented in the arrests of the alleged johns.
Most of the suspects are professionals. Several lawyers were arrested. The suspects also include two doctors, two dentists, two engineers, two college professors, two college students, a teacher, a stockbroker and a car salesman.
Each man arrived at the hotel after agreeing to meet online with an undercover officer posing as a hooker in the escorts section of back. The arrested men range in age from 17 to The average age is Most, 79, came from Nassau County and 25 traveled from out of town. Most are professionals. Salamone says in his experience, busy professionals who aren't getting enough attention from their wives are more likely to look for extra-marital sex from prostitutes than from a mistress.
They can just hook up very easily and be done,' Salamone says.
But, he cautioned, wives often profit handsomely if that affair in divorce. Prosecuted: Rice said each of the men pictured was arrested after agreeing to meet an undercover officer posing online as a prostitute and then handing over cash at a hotel room. Rice said she released the composite 'wall of shame' because she wanted to put the men who buy prostitutes in Nassau county on notice.
District Attorney Kathleen Rice said police started a sting operation in April after receiving numerous complaints about prostitution at hotels across the county. The district attorney in upscale Nassau County, New York, unleashed civil strife by posting the names and pictures of men arrested in a prostitution sting over the last six weeks.
Officers posted four - including two for male prostitutes. The District Attorney's office would not comment on which men were arrested in stings involving men.
One of the featured 'Amber' who was open to marijuana use and 'very open minded. When the would-be john handed over cash in exchange for sex, officers swooped in and promptly arrested the offender. Each interaction was recorded by hidden cameras and microphones planted in the hotel room. But one Nassau County criminal defense lawyer who is representing men arrested in the sting is crying foul.
Elliot S. Schlissel told MailOnline that Rice' decided to publicly shame the men who are still legally innocent. Nassau County District Attorney said that by publicly naming and picturing each of the men arrested, she hopes to made potential johns understand the the risk of being caught and publicly shamed is growing rapidly.
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