NYPD: Strippers drugged, robbed wealthy men

In this Monday, June 9, 2014 photo provided by the Drug Enforcement Administration, Samantha Barbash, center, is escorted by law enforcement officers following her arrest in New York. Barbash is allegedly part of a crew of New York City strippers who scammed wealthy men by drugging them and running up extravagant bills at topless clubs while they were in a daze, according to authorities. (AP Photo/DEA) (6/11/14)

MANHATTAN - Police say four New York City strippers are facing charges for allegedly drugging wealthy men and running up bills on their credit cards.

Samantha Barbash, Roselyn Keo, Karina Pascucci and Marsi Rosen were arrested Monday night.

The group allegedly slipped drugs like ketamine and cocaine into the men's drinks and took them to Scores or to Road House Gentlemen's Club in Queens.

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Officials say the women charged tens of thousands of dollars to the victims' credit cards at the clubs.

The manager of the RoadHouse was also arrested in the scam

 

 

 

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