BALDWIN - The woman accused of soliciting customers for sex out of her hot dog truck pleaded guilty in court today and was released on bail.Catherina Scalia, 45, the so-called "hot dog hooker," admitted to propositioning an undercover Nassau County police officer last week. Police say the East Rockaway woman was soliciting johns while working at her hot dog vending truck in a Pep Boys parking lot on Sunrise Highway in Baldwin. Scalia told News 12 Long Island that she's been a stripper all of her life and is not apologizing for it. The mother of four says she often takes customers back to her home for lap dances, and pledged to be back out selling hot dogs in her truck in Baldwin tomorrow. The judge said Scalia would be sentenced to 7 days in jail at her next hearing and ordered her to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. He said she could face more jail time if she doesn't comply with any psychiatric treatment recommendations.

Police arrest accused hot dog truck hooker