Owners of Chrissy’s Massage Studios, in an apparent effort to avoid paying the legitimate bill for an ad they ordered in Brazos VIP Magazine, filed a false report with the law enforcement agency where one of the studio’s owners works full time, the College Station Police Department.
This complaint falsely alleges that “at no time did [Chrissy’s Massage] sign a contract or agree to a business deal.” It characterizes the magazine’s printing of their ad as unauthorized. The false criminal complaint furthermore characterizes Brazos VIP’s legitimate collection efforts as “harrassment,” representing that underlying agreement is non-existent. Accepting Chrissy’s assertion that the contract is non-existent, CSPD Detective Patricia Marty characterizes normal attempts to provide invoices, send late payment reminders, offer settlement solutions, etc… as criminal behavior. Marty is in same CSPD hiring cohort as Brannen. A complaint detailing Chrissy’s Massage owner Christopher Brannan’s false statements and misconduct has been filed with the City of College Station: Review details of Chrissy’s Massage / Christopher Brannan Criminal / Misconduct Complaint >>
Chrissy’s Massage ordered an ad program. The agreement exists. Here it is…
Chrissy’s Massage sent ad copy. Brazos VIP created an original ad concept and performed three rounds of minor changes/corrections. Chrissy’s Massage received a high-resolution final copy of the ad as it went to press. They liked the tuned-copy, layout, design and stock photos (which the magazine licensed rights to) so much that they used the exact design, layout, copy, and photo in other local media sans the permission of Brazos VIP or the creator(s)/owner(s) of the stock photo or the featured models. Brazos VIP owns rights to the entire ad it created: design, color scheme, wording, etc…, excepting, of course, the Chrissy’s Massage logo and the rights licensed to utilize the images.
Polygraph contradicts false claims made by Chrissy’s Massage Studios co-owner and registered agent Christopher Brannan
The veracity of statements made in a criminal and CSPD employee misconduct complaint https://presscn.com/2018/02/07/massag… has been affirmed by a polygraph test showing “no deception to relevant questions.” College Station Police and the City Manager’s office have both been provided a report of the results affirming the complaint alleging alleges “intentionally deceptive criminal acts committed by Christopher Brannan, Assistant Buyer / Quartermaster for CSPD, that are in violation of Texas Penal Code 37.08 False Report to Peace Officer…and Texas Penal Code 31.04 Theft of Service” on behalf of the business that Mr. Brannan owns, Chrissy’s Massage, LLC.