Ex-prostitute alleges Orthodox businessmen mistreated her on NYPD job

By JTA
June 25, 2016 12:48

 
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A prostitute allegedly hired by New York Jewish businessmen to entertain several New York police officers as part of an alleged bribery scheme said she performed multiple sex acts for them on a flight to Las Vegas and was treated so poorly she quit the profession.

The alleged hire of Gabi Grecko for a 2013 private airplane flight was one of many incidents detailed in court papers filed Monday that are part of a wide-ranging federal corruption investigation in which several New York Police Department officers and three Orthodox Jewish businessmen have been arrested.

Brooklyn businessman Jeremy Reichberg, who was arrested Monday, allegedly hired Grecko as part of a larger pattern of showering gifts on police officers in exchange for special treatment.

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