Legal Nevada sex worker says she'll make $600K from UFO and alien fans

Posted at 6:03 PM, Sep 20, 2019

A Nevada sex worker is offering UFO and alien enthusiasts an "out of this world" experience.

Licensed prostitute Alice Little works at the Moonlite Bunny Ranch near Carson City.

Little started advertising a 50 percent discount between Sept. 20 and 22 about a month ago after learning about the viral Storm Area 51 Facebook event. Little says that she is an alien enthusiast herself.

Little claims that even before the special began, she had already broken her previous revenue records. Little says that her income for September has already hit six figures.

“In over three years as a legal prostitute, I’ve never seen such excitement from tourists interested in exploring all of the unique adventures that make Nevada such an amazing destination. We have aliens, we have famous top-secret military bases, we have the best in gaming and nightlife, and we have legal prostitution. The ‘Storm Area 51’ crowd clearly wants to explore all of these marvelous only-in-Nevada opportunities.”

The Bunny Ranch is located in Lyon County, where prostitution is legal in the form of regulated brothels.

Little says she transformed her luxury suite at the brothel into "Area 69," a sensual “alien abduction fantasy experience” complete with sensory deprivation and sensation play, alien probing, and even alien impregnation adventures.

Multiple businesses and bars in Clark, Lincoln and Nye counties have found different ways to capitalize on the viral event. Many of them are hosting themed events or offering special products, including Budweiser who produced special Bud Light alien beer cans .

This article was originally written by Joyce Lupiani for KTNV .