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Former club worker testifies in Blue House trial

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Prior to Officer Mario Laxamana's testimony in the Blue House Lounge trial on Thursday, former Blue House worker Erneil Tippengeni testified about her time at the brothel.  Her father had recruited his daughters to work at the Upper Tumon club. 

She testified that Officer Anthony Quenga came into the establishment on several occasions and asked her to go into the private room.  During the first encounter, Tippengeni claims that Quenga began touching her and then when she moved his hand away, grabbed her head and asked her to perform oral sex and she refused.

"He asked me to have sex with him...I finally gave in and have sex with him because he was forceful with me and I was scared because he told me he was going to arrest me." Prosecutor Jonathan Quan asked, "Did he use a condom?" Tippengeni said, "No."

When Quenga left, Tippengeni says she was slapped and cursed out by the club's former owner, Song Ja Cha, who told her she didn't "do a good job" with Quenga. She testified she was afraid to go with Quenga because she knew he was a police officer, saying he and the others would come into the establishment where dark blue uniforms when they frequented the Blue House between 2005 and 2006 when she worked there.

She eventually left after she found out she was pregnant and never returned.

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