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Legal Secretary Used Law Firm Amex Credit Card For Male Exotic Dancer Business

Jarriette Richie’s little company could have benefited from a lot of publicity. Unfortunately, not this kind. Where she’s headed next, there’s probably plenty women who would be interested in her services. Unfortunately, there won’t be any male exotic dancers in site, just burly dudes that answer to the name “guard”.

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By Del Quentin Wilber
Washington Post Staff Writer
WASHINGTON — A legal secretary is accused of using a law firm’s corporate credit card to help finance an excursion to Puerto Rico for a side business that specialized in entertaining women with male exotic dancers.

Jarriette Richie, 41 of Clinton was charged last week in the District’s federal court with fraud. She was released on personal recognizance. In court papers, an investigator with the District’s U.S. attorney’s office wrote that Richie worked as a legal secretary for Saul Ewing in Northwest Washington.

She also ran a side business, Show N Tell Entertainment, out of her home, providing “male performers exclusively for female audiences,” investigator Diane Eickman wrote in court papers.

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