A Manhattan party girl who first showed a love for red when patronizing a Financial District hair salon soon proved that color had a deeper significance than her hair color. New York Criminal Lawyers have determined she lead a double life.
“I want red!” was Anna Chapman’s demand to her hair stylist, according to a New York Criminal Lawyer. Hairdressers at the salon say that when Chapman first came to the salon, she was a brunette.
“The first time she came in, it was just for a blow-dry. She came in with brown hair and I said ‘I’ll fix your color,’” the stylist related to a New York Criminal Lawyer. “And she said ‘Yes, I want red!’”
Chapman must have been pleased by the results. She came back to the salon every three weeks for a color, cut, and blow-dry. The stylists were told she worked in real estate, and Chapman even provided a business card.
Anna Chapman was actually born Anya Kuschenko, and she was one of ten US residents recently arrested as Russian spies. The spy ring was broken up when Chapman missed a scheduled meeting with a supposed Russian spymaster – actually an undercover FBI agent who was investigating her.
Authorities told a New York Criminal Lawyer they were afraid Chapman would flee to Moscow. She used a laptop computer to communicate with a Russian agent each Wednesday.
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