A former Comcar driver who operated an illegal brothel in Braddon, who was arrested after a number of police raids earlier this year, pleaded guilty in the ACT Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
Dimitrios Brendas, 37, was arrested and charged in September when police raided his Braddon flat after receiving a tip off from a sex worker.
On Wednesday he pleaded guilty to operating a brothel other than at a prescribed location.
It was discovered after his arrest that Brendas' day job was to drive MPs around as a Comcar driver, it is understood he has been stood down from driving parliamentarians.
On September 4 police raided a Reid property and found an illegal brothel being operated from the premises. Four Thai nationals were deported as a result of the raid.
Documents tendered at an earlier hearing said one of the sex workers discovered at the Reid property handed police a note with Brendas' Braddon address. She later told police there were two women working there for a man named Jimmy and one was sick and wanted to go home.
Police also seized mobile phones that contained images of women in their underwear provided to individuals to organise sex at the Braddon property and details of how to gain access to the flat.
The documents state when police entered the Braddon property they found Brendas, piles of linen and copious amounts of cleaning products along with lubricant and tissues on the bedside table in one of the rooms.
Police were able to identify Brendas' phone number as one that had been coordinating the arrival of customers to the Braddon unit, asking if a customer was using condoms and arranging payments.
Brendas is the landlord of a building in Fyshwick that houses a legal brothel called Sassy Gina's.
The Sex Workers Regulation states that ACT brothels may only be located in Mitchell and Fyshwick.
Brendas is due back in court for sentencing in January.
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