It didn’t work.
During a $300 “private” massage session with 66-year-old Kenneth Herold, 25-year-old Christina Lafave asked him to remove his $35,000 Rolex Presidential watch so she could work on his arms.
After the massage was over, Herold called Wynn Las Vegas security to his suite at the hotel. When they arrived, Herold said Lafave had stolen his watch. She denied the accusation and “said Herold was mad because she refused to perform oral sex on him without a condom,” according to the Las Vegas Review Journal.
Security officers cuffed Lafave and Metro officers were called in to search the suite but the watch had vanished without a trace.
Lafave revealed that the watch was in her vagina and she was taken to University Medical Center. “Prior to medical staff assisting Lafave with the removal of the watch she admitted to them that she had stolen a watch and concealed the item in her vagina,” a police report said.
Lafave is facing felony counts of grand larceny and possession of stolen property.
Defense lawyer Chris Rasmussen claims that Herold gave Lafave the watch, and reported it stolen after their consensual encounter did not go as he planned.
“We believe he gave her the watch and later he tried to take it back when he wasn’t satisfied with her services,” Rasmussen said. “Like any person who works in these hotels, she believed she was going to be compensated for her massage.”
[Las Vegas Review Journal]
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