It was a civil suit that David Peoples admits took "chutzpah" to bring to court. But the 60-year-old was tired of being ripped off, and he didn't care if the world knew his financial tormentor was a woman he hired -- and a prostitute.

Peoples, who is an attorney, is also blind. And, as he said in court, it is difficult for a blind man to meet women. So, for six months, he paid Ginger Deal $375 every other week for an hour of erotic services. Peoples later found out that Deal took advantage of his disability, and got him to sign off on credit card slips for much higher amounts.

Not only is Peoples suing Deal, but he is suing his credit card company, who he claims violated the Americans With Disabilities Act by not refunding him the $8,600 he was overcharged due to his blindness.


For her part, Deal contends she was providing Peoples with Pilates lessons, which Peoples dismissed as "ridiculous" as he has "arthritis, diabetes and chronic fatigue syndrome."

The judge has dismissed the case, but Peoples has vowed to appeal. Do you think the horny attorney should have legal recourse to get his money back? And could Pilates be cooler than we thought?