Moonlite Bunny Ranch’s Alice Little Suing Nevada Gov. Over COVID-19 Restrictions @BunnyRanch

Written by Shannon Walsh

2019’s “Bunny of the Year” Alice Little is suing Nevada governor Steve Sisolak (D) over bordellos not being allowed to reopen in the state during the virus pandemic while bars, nightclub, salons and other places of work have been put back into business. She feels Sisolak is using the pandemic crisis as an excuse to shut down all 21 bordellos in Nevada and claims it violates her rights and the rights of other sex workers. A court date is scheduled for 12/30/20.

Little was the highest-paid sex worker last year, earning $1.2 million. She believes legal sex work is essential and good for the community with its personal emotional benefits to clients and the taxes and fees that are paid from it. She doesn’t believe that COVID-19 can be sexually transmitted.

All of the employees at each of the legal Nevada bordellos are required by law to get tested for various diseases and illness with weekly health checkups. The policy has been in place since 1985.

Little started in the adult entertainment industry in 2015. She has been with the world famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch in Carson City, Nevada since 2017. She previously worked as an EMT and once trained to be a horse jockey at the Belmont Stakes in New York.

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