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Kate Layne Newsletter – May 2021

Las Vegas News

I am beyond excited because Las Vegas is finally opening up!  It’s been far too long since I’ve seen some of my favorite people! I miss you all so much!

As of May 1, venues can now host up to 80 percent capacity or 250 people, and we are now at 80% capacity for restaurants, bars, gaming floors.  Adult businesses and nightclubs are allowed to be open at 80%. We are looking for 100% (and the likelihood of the mask rule to be lifted June 1!

It’s a perfect time to visit, and I’d love to see you! 

Date Kate in your City.

If you’d like to see me but aren’t planning a trip to Las Vegas, consider booking me in your city.  After being stuck in the desert last year, I am dying to get out and experience life again.  I will be traveling for pre-booked dates in the upcoming months.  I need enough interest/scheduled engagements for it to make sense for me to travel.   I am looking for PRE-BOOKED dates of 2+ hours (priority given to dinner dates of  4 or more hours and established friends) in your city or travel destination.  I will only visit for prescreened and solidly booked dates with deposits.  Not a tour or a fly me to you, so no additional travel charges on top of my rates. If you are a new friend, send me your serious requests and screening information, and let’s create some memories. 

Policy Changes

GFE/PSE. My rates have always been for GFE experiences, but if you’d like to take a walk on the wild side, please add $200 per hour.

Incall. Please note they are on a case-by-case basis for those that need an incall location, subject to rates and availability.  Rates are usually competitive during the week to book a nice room for my stated upcharge.  However, I cannot always accommodate last-minute and weekend requests due to room rates.  Should you need a weekend or short notice incall,  I will need to pass along the full charge of the room.   

Twitter Update

If you’ve been following my Twitter fiasco,  I am still working on getting my account back.  I have done everything I should following the DMCA notices I received.  I had approximately 63,000 tweets and in all about 16 DMCA notices.  I replied to each with a counter-notice (outing myself to Twitter and the complaining party).  According to Twitter’s TOS, if no legal action is taken (there wasn’t), the offending content will be allowed after ten days, and the ‘ding’ to my account will be removed.  Twitter is simply not doing what its terms of service say.  So, I’m in a holding pattern.  Since I am a face-hidden, no review provider, the suspension of my account has affected my business as Kate.  My 44k followers provided a bit more credibility than it appears with my new account.  At this time, I’m at a standstill and unsure of the next step.  If you are genuinely versed with DMCA, copyright, internet law and can help, please let me know. 

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