According to dictionary.reference.com a “femme fatale” is an irresistibly attractive woman, especially one who leads men into difficult, dangerous, or disastrous situations; siren. My blog is devoted to being a “FASHION” Femme Fatale, which by my humble definition is a person that lures readers to beautiful fashion. Well, lovelies, I’ve been struck by the story of real-life femme fatales! Have you heard of the Florida “Foxy Thieves?” It has been reported that four women in the Fort Lauderale area have been luring rich men away from bars and clubs, drugging em’ then robbing em’ of valuables totaling half a million dollars. Honey, this includes cash, guns, luxury watches, diamonds and other goodies! In order of appearance Subhanna Beyah, 25, and Keisha Clark, 27, were arrested on grand-theft charges, but Johnnina Miller, 25, and Ryan Elkins, 23, are still on the run. Here are a mere two examples of how it would go down: According to police, NFL Giants defensive tackle Shaun Rogers brought Beyah back to his hotel room after meeting her at Club Liv in Miami. When he awoke, his safe was missing over $400,ooo of jewelry (diamond earrings valued at $100,000, two watches valued at $160,000 and a Cuban necklace and pendant valued at $70,000)! Whoa!
On another occasion, Beyah and Elkins teamed up on a 54-year-old man at a club making his drink a drugged-substance. When he finally awoke, his Rolex, three 3.5 carat marquise diamonds worth more than $250,000, a Smith & Wesson .38 caliber and a Glock 9m handguns were missing! The four ladies had scores of robberies like this! The Sheriff’s spokesman Dani Moschella recently said, “‘We need to locate these women. They are dangerous. They’re giving people drugs. They could kill somebody.” The Foxy Thieves targeted bars such as Vibe Ultra Lounge, Elbo Room, YOLO, Blue Martini and Dicey Rickey’s in Miami with victims ages 33-58.
Fashion Femme Fatales, what are your thoughts on these real Femme Fatales?
I'm a media strategist, fashion fan and whimsical event planner. For years, I've been "reporting" from fashion shows and fabulous events to my loved one out of pure joy. Unbeknowest to me in February 2012 my sister started kristysamone.com with photos and letters I'd sent her from New York Fashion Week. She said, "I think you need a blog!" LOL! I've been trying keep us with this and life ever since:) Thanks so much for reading!View all KristySamone posts.