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Does This Look Like A Vegas "Masseuse" Charged With Stealing A Clients Watch And Putting It Up Her Vagina?

LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL Christina Lafave did the time. Now she’s charged with the crime. The caper of the missing $35,000 Rolex Presidential watch began with drinks and some chit-chat between Lafave and 66-year-old Kenneth Herold at Wynn Las Vegas’ B Bar on a January night. Soon the two were heading upstairs to Herold’s suite after he forked over three $100 bills for a private massage offered by the 25-year-old Lafave. On his left wrist, as seen on security surveillance, was the yellow-colored timepiece. Rolex Presidential watches range in price from $10,000 to upwards of $30,000. The more expensive ones often are encrusted with jewels, such as diamonds. A few hours later, about 3 a.m. on Jan. 15, Herold called Wynn security to his suite. Accusations began to fly. Herold said Lafave stole his watch. She denied it and said Herold was mad because she refused to perform oral sex on him without a condom. No one had left the room, but the watch was no where to be found.

Lafave then tried to leave, but Wynn security cuffed her and called Metro. Herold later would tell investigators that once he and Lafave had gone to his room, he disrobed and got onto a massage table that was in the suite. About 30 minutes into the rubdown, Lafave told Herold to take off his watch so she could massage his arms. He put the watch on the ground within his view. Five to seven minutes later, it was gone. Lafave steadfastly denied any wrongdoing, so two Metro officers combed the suite for the watch, to no avail. There was one place they hadn’t looked. Lafave finally admitted where the watch was, police said.

She was taken to University Medical Center, where she said she was in pain. A search warrant was signed, and an X-ray was taken of Lafave’s midsection. “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. Defense lawyer Chris Rasmussen was outraged when he found out the lengths and depths police went to retrieve the watch from his client and is hoping to suppress what he said was an illegal search-and-seizure.



At what point do you just concede and say someone deserves the thing they’ve stolen? Because I think I’m there with Christina Lafave. To stick a watch up your pussy to the point of pain and an x-ray being necessary to find it is something else. That’s next level determination. If she had simply tried to hide it in her purse or put it in her pocket she’s a foolish bitch, but to insert a rolex inside of your body? You sort of earned that rolex no? The no condom blowjob policy aside I think I have to side with Christina here. Sometimes you have to admit you’ve been beaten, and this 66 year old man is there, you got tricked by an enormous watch eating vagina, lick your wounds and move along.





Love that we keep calling this chick a masseuse. It’s like when people call me a writer. I appreciate the formal name but we all know what we really are, and a “masseuse/writer” is not the correct term.