June 27, 2014

Inside Brazil's Most Infamous Brothel

Amos Barshad, Rolling Stone

AP

Full of beautiful women and XXX behavior, Rio de Janeiro's Centaurus has enticed celebrities, soccer stars and anyone else willing to pay a fee and go inside. We go behind the doors of a scandalous sin palace.

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