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Police: Call girl shoots Hollywood customer who didn’t pay sex bill

 

cteproff@MiamiHerald.com

David Darnell Roberts agreed to pay for sex, but when the deed was done, he skipped out on the tab, according to a Hollywood police report.

The decision landed Roberts in the hospital with a gunshot wound after the woman found him walking outside a tire store, demanded her money, then shot him in the abdomen.

Roberts later led police to Dwaynesha White, 22, whom they arrested and charged with attempted murder and robbery with a firearm.

“He was giving up the wallet,” said Lt. Osvaldo Perez. “He still got shot anyway.”

According the arrest report, Roberts, of unincorporated North Miami-Dade, got White’s number from a friend. He set up an appointment with her, met her at her Hollywood apartment, and they had sex. He left without paying while White was in the bathroom.

Later, as Roberts walked past the Goodyear Auto Service store at 2825 Hollywood Blvd., White pulled up in a car. She got out and screamed, “Give me the money or I’ll shoot you,” the report states.

Roberts told police he put up his hands, with his wallet in one of them. She grabbed the wallet, went back to her car, got a handgun and shot him anyway. He was treated and released at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood.

He identified White, who police say admitted she was a call girl. “She openly stated that she is a call girl and has been doing ‘in calls’ all day,” the officer wrote in the report.

She remained mum about shooting Roberts.

“She stated that she did not know what we were talking about and refused to answer any questions,” the officer wrote.

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