What to know about escort services that advertise in the NY Daily News

New York City’s oldest escort service, Myers Brau, was suspended from the New York Daily News, the New Jersey-based publication reported.

The website, which had been operating since 2000, advertised for women who wanted to be accompanied by an escort.

But a review of its online ads revealed that the company did not have the proper licenses to advertise in New York’s local newspaper, the Daily News.

The suspension comes after a lawsuit filed last week by Myers claimed the publication failed to take action against the company for the repeated violations.

Myers’ lawyer, Michael D’Antonio, said the suspension is not tied to any specific allegation against the publication.

D’Antorios said the company is also appealing the suspension, which was announced Friday.

“We are confident that this suspension will have no adverse impact on our business, and that our lawyers will successfully defend this matter in court,” D’ANTORIO said.

A spokesperson for the Daily Journal, which covers Manhattan and Brooklyn, did not immediately return a request for comment.

The New York Police Department did not respond to requests for comment, nor did the Daily New York Times.