A Queens woman was arrested for running a New Jersey brothel after police found her in a car filled with hundreds of new condoms, authorities said.
Jing Hong Xia, 51, of Flushing, has been charged with promoting prostitution and maintaining a brothel.
Police first discovered the Englewood bordello after someone reported women were held there against their will.
Investigators forcibly entered the rental house to find no one living there Dec. 23.
"The home was set up strictly for prostitution," Englewood Police Detective Capt. Timothy Torell said in a statement. "It was a self-contained operation, complete with washing machines and driers to clean bed sheets and towels."
Officers kept watch over the house as they waited for a search warrant.
Xia and three women drove up to the house in a 2013 Lexus the next day. Police took them in for questioning and later searched the house with a warrant.
Investigators found and seized financial records, computers, televisions and a closed-circuit television system that they said shows prostitution has taken place on the grounds.
Xia was taken to Bergen County jail on Christmas, where she was held on $11,500 bail.