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article imageHeart surgeon sued by strip club among stripper blackmail victms

By Owen Weldon     Jun 11, 2014 in Crime
Four strippers, as well as a club manager, were busted in a plot to drug rich men and run up $200,000 on their credit cards at Scores in New York City.
Sources say that the strippers blackmailed some of the men by telling them that they would release sexually explicit photos of them, after they were drugged.
According to Gothamist, authorities say that the women allegedly used cocaine, molly and ketamine on the victims, and then they were taken to Scores or Roadhouse, another strip club, in Flushing.
Once the victims were at the club, they were taken to a private room, and afterwards their credit cards were charged anywhere from $5,000-$50,000. The women were then paid proportionally to what they were able to bring in.
According to NY Daily News, one of the victims is Zyad Younan, as cardiologist at Robert Wood Johnson University hospital.
Earlier this year Younan, 41, was faced with a lawsuit from Scores, who accused him of skipping out on $135,303 worth of charges on a number of visits he made to the establishment.
Younan denied making the charges on his credit card, but a club source said that he was partying with five girls at a time. Michael Weinstein, Younan's lawyer, said that they were confident that his client was preyed upon and was not responsible for the charges.
Investigators said that the group is suspected to have drugged dozens of men, and evidence is still being collected.
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