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Monday, December 26, 2011

This Is The Story Of Two Elegant Latvian Women Roofying And Robbing A Weatherman In South Beach

The scam itself has the makings of a sexy Liam Neeson vengeance-comedy. After young beauties from Estonia, Latvia and the like brought their talents to South Beach, via the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Visa Waiver Program, they were trained in luring wealthy-looking businessmen to fake nightclubs. Per the FBI:

At the private clubs, the defendants would charge the victims exorbitant prices for bottles of alcohol. The B-Girls (or "Bar Girls") would order bottles of wine or champagne and charge them to the victims' credit card, sometimes without the victims' knowledge. The charges were often unsigned, unauthorized, or the victims' signatures would be forged. When the victims disputed the charges, the defendants either threatened to have the victims arrested at the scene or presented the credit card companies with photographs of the defendants and the B-Girls at the private club as proof of the charge.



This Is The Story Of Two Elegant Latvian Women Roofying And Robbing A Weatherman In South Beach

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