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Bibi Jones: A Tale of Baseball, Porn Stars and Prostitution?

One thing is clear from the recent Bibi Jones/MLB agent Terry Bross scandal - Bibi Jones likes baseball. The rest is all a matter of speculation.

Jones, a porn actress, recently went on a media spree after pictures of her and a New England Patriots player blew up on Twitter. During those broadcasts, she managed to let slip that a Phoenix agent would "kind of use me to get baseball players to sign him as an agent," reports CBS News.

Jones added in another interview that the undisclosed agent would take her to bars after Arizona Diamondbacks games in 2010, introducing her to players she would later hook up with.

The baseball agent has been reported to be Terry Bross of Scottsdale-based Gaylord Sports Management. Jones’ slip, albeit naively, could get Bross into a world of trouble. “Using” someone for profit already springs up insinuations of prostitution. Adding a porn actress and virile athletes to the mix makes it seem like a home run for illegal activity.

Under Arizona law, pandering - or the act of compelling, inducing or encouraging any person to lead a life of prostitution - is a class 5 felony. Prostitution, however, is defined as engaging in sexual conduct under a fee arrangement with any person for money or any other valuable consideration.

The 20-year-old told Business Insider that Bross never paid her for her sexual escapades with players, and getting the chance to hook up with baseball players probably won’t be considered valuable consideration in a court of law.

Blond porn actresses, muscular athletes, and shady business dealings - it has the makings of a Showtime movie, but probably not a prostitution case.

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