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Miami vixen stole multiple expensive watches from suitors she met at nightclubs: Police

August 6, 2016  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Miami vixen stole multiple expensive watches from suitors she met at nightclubs: Police

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A Miami beauty robbed a $70,000 Audemars Piguet watch from a sleeping suitor, along with a $12,000 Rolex from another naive man, both of whom she lured in when she met them at a nightclub, according to prosecutors in New York City

On Monday, 27-year-old Yulia Sedunova, a Russian native living in Miami, has been arrested and faces multiple grand larceny charges, the New York Daily News reported.

Her first believed heist was at a 29-year-old man’s New York City. residence in the early hours of June 12th after she met him at Provocateur, a club in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.

The criminal complaint states that the man took off the extravagant watch and placed it on a “high surface” right before he went to bed.

“When he woke up in the morning … the defendant was gone, and so was his watch.”

On July 21st, Sedunova went to the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel with a 25-year-old man from Boston and committed a similar heist.

The man’s watch was in his pants pocket before he fell asleep for the night, he informed cops. The woman and his property were gone by the time he woke up.

The blonde vixen appeared briefly in court on Friday, and prosecutors indicated she has not yet been indicted for her role in the robbery of the two watches.

Ken Montogomery, her defense attorney, said, “She’s innocent.”

The woman was rearrested outside of the courtroom, however, it is not currently clear what the new charges are against her.

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