Troubled Elms Leaves Erotic Review

AMSTERDAM - David Elms is no longer associated with The Erotic Review, the escort review site he helped found a decade ago.

A press release issued Tuesday stated: "The Erotic Review and one of its founders and longtime contributors, David Elms, have parted ways. His contributions and service to the site over the years are much appreciated and we wish him well in his future endeavors."

Elms' departure follows his Feb. 16 arrest in an alleged murder-for-hire plot. The escort-site entrepreneur has been in and out of trouble with the law for years.

Neither The Erotic Review nor its parent company could be reached for comment.

TER will continue to operate and expand its global support team and EU based IT staff, according to the press release. Plans include Beta-testing a mobile version of the site for a projected launch later this year.

Launched in 1999, The Erotic Review is owned and operated by Treehouse Park, S.A., a Cayman Islands company that acquired the website in 2004. Based in the Netherlands, TER provides escort reviews for more than 92 cities around the world including New York, London, Los Angeles, and Tokyo.