23-year-old Nashville Man Faces 18 Charges after Prostitution Sting at Donelson Hotel

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A Nashville man racks up 18 charges, including money laundering, promoting prostitution of a juvenile and trafficking for a commercial sex act, after a prostitution sting at a Donelson motel we first told you about here on "FOX 17 This Morning."

Metro police arrest 23-year-old Jeron Bond yesterday after his ex-girlfriend, Gabrielle McCord, and a 16-year-old female agreed to have sex with an undercover officer for $200 at the Red Roof Inn on Claridge Drive on June 10, according to the affidavit. Detectives responded to a backpage.com ad. Bond left after he saw police.

The juvenile tells police that she and McCord came the night before and had their first prostitution deal. She also said that McCord gives her proceeds to Bond.

McCord says to police that Bond, who introduced her to prostitution, promotes her. She says he paid for the room that his brother drove the girls to from Huntington.

Besides rooms, Police learned that Bond purchases pre-paid visa cards to post the ads. Police recovered surveillance video from two Walgreens locations supporting the claim.

Bond is in the Davidson County Jail on $420,000 bond. McCord was previously arrested.