Florida partygirl ‘drugged men, had sex with them and stole tens of thousands of dollars and designer jewelry from their hotel rooms’
Yomna Fouad a 21-year-old Miami based prostitute targeted victims at local clubs
She was arrested Saturday after she was confronted by one of her victims
She allegedly seduced the Florida man in March, making off with his valuable possessions
Suspected of being connected to several similar instances of seduction and theft throughout the east coast, stretching up to New York
Fouad faces charges of larceny, grand theft and false identification
At least 10 other police depts are currently investigating Fouad
Held in lieu of a $50,000 bail
Yomna Fouad is accused of seducing several men and robbing them after sex
Yomna Fouad, a Florida woman who told a judge in court on Monday that she was a prostitute allegedly seduced men after meeting them in Miami clubs and then made off with their prized possessions. She is accused of augmenting her income by rolling her johns, when they fall into drug induced asleep after sex
Fouad, 21, was taken into custody after she was spotted outside of Miami Beach’s Rockwell nightclub by one of her accusers, according to ABC 10.
The argument between the two ended with police arresting Fouad who is now facing larceny, grand theft and false identification charges.
Yomna Faoud who told the judge she is a prostitute is accused of augmenting her income by drugging and rolling her johns, when they fall asleep after sex
Fouad has been accused by Alain Rene Galette, 31, of taking off with his clothing, cash, jewelry and a Rolex watch totaling $32,000 in value after the two met at the valet outside of a nightclub before going back to his place to have sex in March.
Surveillance footage shows what Galette said was him and Fouad entering his building, and then Fouad leaving by herself with his belongings.
‘I wake up drugged, not knowing what’s going on, and all my stuff missing,’ he said.
‘She was an innocent face,’ Galette added. ‘I was not expecting that from her.’
Galette, a music industry professional, said he did not know at the time that Fouad was a prostitute.
After Fouad’s arrest, it was discovered she is suspected of being linked to a similar case from May 2016. She was ordered to be held in lieu of a $50,000 bail
‘It’s like a henna-type tattoo,’ he said. ‘I told the security [at the nightclub] and they held her until police arrived.’
background check on the suspect after her arrest, revealed that she was a suspect in several similar cases stretching back to May 2016.
In one instance, she allegedly acted with a friend to victimize a man they met at LIV nightclub inside the Fontainebleau hotel, according to an arrest report.
Fouad told the man her name was Rebecca ‘Becca’ Arias, police said.
At the end of the evening the man offered to get a hotel room for himself, Fouad and the friend. The women followed the man to the hotel room, where he placed a $46,000 Rolex watch and $8,000 in cash inside the hotel room safe, the report said.
The man reportedly left the room and when he came back, the women and his belongings had vanished.
Thief-in-action: Surveillance footage shows [Left], the victim Galette, and Fouad entering his building in March, this year. [right], Fouad leaving by herself with his belongings after the robbery
Nailed by the tattoo: Galette tracked down the thief with the aid of the tattoos on her hands, shown here
Fouad is suspected of being connected to several other similar instances of seduction and theft throughout the east coast, stretching up to New York.
At least 10 other police departments are investigating Fouad at this time.
She was ordered to be held in lieu of a $50,000 bond set in court on Monday.
She remains in custody at Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center in Miami.