Nevada brothel owner wants to open Toronto location

Dennis Hof at the Playboy Mansion in 2011. (Rachel Worth/WENN.com)

Dennis Hof at the Playboy Mansion in 2011. (Rachel Worth/WENN.com)

Maryam Shah, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 8:14 PM ET

TORONTO - “Relax,” Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof said. “It’s just sex.”

It’s the American brothel owner’s simple message for anyone unhappy with the Canadian Supreme Court’s decision to strike down three prostitution-related laws.

“Sex for sale has been here since the beginning of time, it’s never going away,” Hof said Saturday from Los Angeles.

While he admits he wasn’t expecting it, he welcomes the landmark Canadian ruling striking down three significant laws relating to communicating for the purpose of prostitution in public places, living off the avails of prostitution, and keeping brothels.

“I think that Canada’s really on the right track here,” he said.

With five ranches open in Nevada, Hof now hopes to open a location in Toronto.

“I’m planning a schedule here after the holidays to come up and start looking for properties,” Hof said.


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