See The Woman Arrested For The Theft Of $500,000 Dollars Worth Of Giants Player’s Jewelry

Subhanna Beyah
Via NYPost
A bar-hopping beauty who did an end run around Giants defensive tackle Shaun Rogers and allegedly stole nearly $500,000 in bling from his Miami Beach hotel room has been busted in Queens, cops said yesterday.
Subhanna Beyah, 25, was part of a ring of temptresses that has been picking up men at South Florida hot spots, drugging them unconscious and robbing them blind, authorities said.
Beyah, whose lengthy rap sheet includes grand theft, fraud and prostitution, was nabbed leaving a “family treatment center” in Jamaica on Friday, a law-enforcement source said.
New York State Police and Miami detectives had tracked her down while she was on the run from a Florida arrest warrant. She was arraigned early yesterday and ordered held without bail pending proceedings to return her to the Sunshine State.
Photos of Beyah in an array of hairstyles, colors and contact lenses were released last week after Florida cops tied her and three other women to more than a dozen rip-offs of men ages 33 to 58.
LMFAO @ “array of hairstyles, colors and contact lenses”
She allegedly told at least one victim her name was Crystal, and a composite sketch of her was released in May with the warning, “Watch out for Crystal.”

Authorities say she met Rogers in March at the celeb-friendly Club LIV in the Fountainbleu hotel, where the three-time Pro Bowler was decked out in jewelry.
After taking Beyah and another couple to his hotel room, the 6-foot-4, 350-pounder stashed his bling in the room’s safe before hitting the sack while the other three partied on, he said.
When he woke hours later, his date was gone and he couldn’t open the safe.
Hotel security unlocked it and Rogers found most of his valuables missing, a police report says.
Rogers, who inked a $1million one-year contract with Big Blue in February, reportedly said the items included a $100,000 pair of diamond earrings, a $70,000 diamond necklace, a $50,000 gold pendant and necklace and two watches worth a combined $160,000.
Dude invest your money in real estate…All these wont help you!!!
In 2009, Beyah was busted in a series of similar scams pulled on as many as 50 victims — including a powerhouse lawyer and an NYU professor — targeted at Manhattan nightclubs.
Cops said Beyah and two accomplices would offer the men rides home or to parties, then take them to ATMs and peek at their PINs. They later allegedly swiped the mens’ wallets and valuables and used their bank cards to withdraw wads of cash.

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