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Birmingham, AL—In a stunning reversal of fortune, former Birmingham Escort owner, Lisa Jackson, has been charged with several crimes in connection with her company.

Jackson, who has been identified as the founder of “Beneath Ceaseless Skies,” and the owner of Birmingham Escorts, was arrested on Monday on charges of operating a brothel, operating an unlicensed sex business, and operating an unauthorized hotel room.

The charges are part of a broader probe into Jackson and her business, which has been accused of engaging in prostitution, human trafficking, and trafficking in persons.

According to the Birmingham Press-Register, Jackson was indicted on a charge of operating an unlawful brothel.

She was arrested in connection to a 2015 investigation into the operation of an unregistered brothel that allegedly employed girls in Alabama as sex slaves.

In an interview with Alabama ABC affiliate WAGA, Jackson said, “We are innocent until proven guilty.”

The Birmingham Press reported that the indictment was filed in Montgomery County Circuit Court, the same court where she was arrested.

“It’s a little bit of a surprise to me, but I’m happy with the outcome,” Jackson said in a statement released by the Birmingham Police Department.

“This is not a case that I was involved in.

I am thankful that justice was served and I hope that people can see that my actions are not in vain.”

Jackson was released on $2,500 bond, which is set to be posted when she posts $1,000.

Birmingham police did not immediately return Breitbart News’ request for comment.

Breitbart News has reached out to the Alabama Department of Law Enforcement for further comment.

Jackson has been indicted on two counts of operating brothels, one of which is the only known violation of Alabama law.

Birmingham Mayor William Bell, Birmingham City Councilor, and Birmingham Police Chief Jimmy Watts also addressed the charges in a press conference on Monday, calling Jackson a “criminal, evil person” and the “victim of her own greed and ignorance.”

Birmingham City Attorney Mike Bell has been appointed the Special Prosecutor for the case.

Birmingham City Police Chief Jim Watts said in an interview on Birmingham radio station KUER that Jackson’s arrest is a wake-up call to anyone who “wants to be safe from human trafficking.”

Watts, who also serves as an attorney for the Birmingham Escorting Workers Organizing Committee, said Jackson was “the person responsible for setting up these brothelots.”

“They were set up by her,” Watts told WAGT-AM.

“She was a criminal, evil woman.

And she was a victim of her greed and stupidity.

This is a major setback in our community, and I think it’s important for us to recognize that we have to come together.”

Birmingham Mayor Bell said he hopes Jackson will receive a fair trial, but that he does not think that she will be convicted of these charges.

“I do hope she is going to receive a trial,” Bell said.

“But I don’t think she’s going to be convicted.

And the fact that she was charged, and she has been arrested, makes me think she’ll be exonerated.

I don, too, hope that she’s not convicted.”

Birmingham Police are still investigating the allegations against Jackson.

Birmingham Police said that Jackson is scheduled to appear in Montgomery Circuit Court on June 27.