Palm Beach Police arrested a 25-year-old woman there about 3 a.m. Sunday in what cops described as a “civil” dispute.
Thing is, according to the police report, she also carried a small amount of pot . . . deep inside her nether regions!
It’s another Gossip Extra exclusive the rest of the media won’t touch with a 10-foot pole: Property records shows lawyer Holt, 71, owns the $1.1 million-home at 156 Seagate, where cops responded to a 911 call of a dispute.
The police report only describes it as a “civil matter” between “the homeowner” and a 25-year-old woman identified as Fort Lauderdale resident Jessica Johnston.
Word is that the homeowner paid the lady $380 for “services” while she wanted $500.
She listed “chef and companion” as her profession in the police report.
Cops who descended on the house found through an ID check that Johnston was wanted for skipping a court hearing about a previous, unrelated charge of assault.
Two other women, both escorts, were at the house, according to police. They were not arrested.
As Johnston was being booked, she admitted to having contraband in a certain body cavity.
She allegedly pulled out a baggie with 2.6 grams of marijuana.
Police treated it as “bio hazard” and double-bagged it for safekeeping.
Neither Holt, a real estate and mortgage law attorney, nor police returned calls about why he is not listed as a witness on the police report.