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5 from Vegas strip club indicted in credit card fraud case

5 from Vegas strip club indicted in credit card fraud case

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LAS VEGAS — Five former Las Vegas strip club employees have been indicted on conspiracy and fraud charges alleging they siphoned millions of dollars from customers' credit cards.

Documents filed Thursday in Clark County District Court accuse former Club Paradise waitresses Amy Rohr, Diana Giraldo and Chris Giraldo, and dancers Celeste Mohar and Cyndi Sellers of multiple charges.

Prosecutor Marc DiGiacomo told the Las Vegas Review-Journal ( ) that victims were charged for dances, drinks and tips they never happened, including one man who was charged $80,000 in one night.

The indictment focuses on activity in the first half of 2014, before the club was sold. It has reopened under new ownership.

A former club manager and two dancers pleaded guilty to fraud charges last month. Their deals with prosecutors were sealed.

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