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Crossdresser Steals from Restaurant

New York Criminal Lawyers are investigating a case in which a cross-dressing male prostitute stole $4,500 from a West Village eatery. The establishment is known for hosting a number of celebrities, according to police.
The 18-year-old prostitute, dressed in skirt and blouse, strolled into a Bank Street eatery, near Greenwich Street at 9:40 p.m. on June 2 and asked to use the restroom, sources told a New York Criminal Lawyer. The suspect then went to the manager’s office instead. The 18-year-old man, who has a long rap sheet which includes a number of arrests for prostitution, took an envelope full of cash from the manager’s office and fled the scene, sources said.
The co-owner and manager of the establishment did not learn that the money was missing until the end of the night, said a New York Criminal Lawyer. There was surveillance video available that displayed what had occurred and the footage was turned over to the police, who subsequently arrested the suspect. With the arrest of the suspect, the case is considered closed and no further action is deemed to be necessary. It is unknown whether the suspect has other similar charges to face.
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