Amber Rose's Likeness Allegedly Used to Lure Women Into Prostitution

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Amber Rose attends NBCUniversal's 72nd Annual Golden Globes After Party at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Jan. 11, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California. 

The LAPD has recently begun investigating an alleged prostitution ring that is luring women by unlawfully posing as an Amber Rose-endorsed opportunity for a "a paid celebrity photoshoot and clothing line."

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Per TMZ, women who responded to an Instagram advertisement were told that Amber Rose was part of selecting the "models" and promised to set up a FaceTime with the celebrity -- which turned out to be just an edited version of the below video.

The company then asked the aspiring models to go "on dates with rich guy," according to the report from TMZ, and said if things got sexual on the dates, they would have better opportunities for modeling.

One of the models filed a police report with the LAPD on Monday, and they're currently investigating the case.