According to investigators, Finkelstein posted an ad on the website Craigslist that read:
"DESPERATE BLONDE NEEDS WS TIX (Philadelphia)
"Diehard Phillies fan--gorgeous tall buxom blonde-- in desperate need of two World Series Tickets. Price negotiable--- I'm the creative type! Maybe we can help each other!"
After that ad was posted an undercover officer from Bensalem, Pa. responded and, police say, Finkelstein offered to perform various sex acts in exchange for World Series tickets.
Finkelstein wouldn't come to her door on Tuesday, but she was on her computer. She posted a message saying she's, quote: "wondering about the integrity of our police."
Action News has learned that she's also on the internet with her husband, offering to have sex with strangers. Finkelstein has posted on websites for swingers offering "anything goes for fun and sex."
That's not illegal, but police say she crossed the line when she offered sex in return for something of value.
Finkelstein is charged with soliciting prostitution and related offenses. It is unlikely she will face any jail time.