Outside the club scene on Miami Beach in 2012, where girls paid by the owners of Russian-style nightclubs lured men to run up huge credit card bills on extravagantly overpriced Dom Perignon, Beluga caviar and other items. A federal appeals court on Monday overturned the convictions of two former operators.
Outside the club scene on Miami Beach in 2012, where girls paid by the owners of Russian-style nightclubs lured men to run up huge credit card bills on extravagantly overpriced Dom Perignon, Beluga caviar and other items. A federal appeals court on Monday overturned the convictions of two former operators. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff
Outside the club scene on Miami Beach in 2012, where girls paid by the owners of Russian-style nightclubs lured men to run up huge credit card bills on extravagantly overpriced Dom Perignon, Beluga caviar and other items. A federal appeals court on Monday overturned the convictions of two former operators. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff

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