Strippers strip rich men of their money after drugging them
A group of New York City strippers allegedly scammed rich clients of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The clients include a banker, lawyers and a doctor.
The unidentified victims had their drinks spiked in the strip clubs before the women allegedly racked up huge amounts on their credit cards, reported Mail Online.
NY Daily News reported that authorities arrested four women earlier this week, for charges including grand larceny, assault and forgery.
They were arrested after an eight-month joint investigation by the Drug Enforcement Administration and the New York Police Department
The accused are: Samantha Barbash, 40, Roselyn Keo, 29, Marsi Rosen, 28, and Karina Pascucci, 26.
The dancers allegedly drugged the men at two strip clubs, one in Manhattan and another in Queens, reported the Daily News.
According to court papers, Barbash was the ring-leader along with Keo.
But Barbash’s lawyer, Stephen Murphy, said his client had denied the charges.
Sources: Mail Online and NY Daily News