A prostitute (most likely a Hooker with a Heart of Gold) provids a home to someone who needs a place to stay. Whether or not that person sleeps with his or her benefactor is optional. Compare Platonic Prostitution and Need a Hand, or a Handjob?.
- Trading Places has Louis Winthorpe III taken in by Orphellia, a streetwise hooker.
- In Mercedes Lackey's The Lark and The Wren, the female protagonist is housed in a brothel.
- In Guards! Guards!, Carrot is staying at a brothel. He has no idea of his home's true nature.
- The Trope Namer is a song by the Statler Brothers; a young man is taken in by the titular Lady Rose, and it's made clear that he has indeed slept with her.
Hello, Unknown Troper. You'll need to get known to lend a hand here.