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Warriors fan Roni Rose vaulted a quick rise to fame being a viral Curry-thirst girl for a the final weeks of the NBA Playoffs. Now her 15 minutes of fame are ticking with this charge stemming from the modeling agency website Mad Girls Fitness which she promotes (and takes pictures for) on her social media accounts.

On June 14, the head of the agency Dominic Salazar was arrested for allegedly using the website as a front to cover a prostitution business with his "personnel" living in his two-story house in Pleasant Hill, Calif. As reported on Black Sports Online:

Undercover detectives arrested a 54-year-old man on suspicion of trafficking women out of a Pleasant Hill residence that he billed on the Internet as an upscale private club while luring sex workers with a website advertising a bogus modeling agency, police said Tuesday.

Dominic Salazar was arrested Friday and charged with false imprisonment and pimping. Authorities say he ran Mad Girls Fitness, which through its website promised clients modeling gigs with fancy photo shoots.

But on June 14, authorities were tipped that the Mad Girls Fitness site was a front for a prostitution ring that Salazar was running out of his home at 555 Mesa Verde Place, a two-story house at the end of a cul-de-sac in an upscale residential neighborhood, Pleasant Hill police Lt. Scott Vermillion said.

Detectives went undercover into the home, where they spoke with several women who were being trafficked, Vermillion said. Salazar allegedly lured the women through the guise they would be working at a modeling business.

Complex reached out to the Pleasant Hill Police Department's Lt. Scott Vermillion for further comment, but he could not be reached.

Roni Rose went off on her Instagram account to deny her knowledge of the prostitution operation behind the website.

Without much surprise, the photos and tweets promoting Mad Girls Fitness have reportedly been removed from her social accounts.

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