April 1, 2014 4:39 am -

The masseuse was certainly creative in how she hid the goods.

In January, Kenneth Herold met Christina Lafave at a bar in the Wynn Hotel in Vegas. One thing led to another, and the 66-year-old ended up paying the 25-year-old Lafave $300 for a private massage in his room. Several hours later, at about 3 a.m., Herold called hotel security after he noticed that his watch, a $35,000 Rolex Presidential, was missing…

Herold accused Lafave of stealing the watch, charges which she initially denied. Police searched the room to no avail. Eventually, Lafave admitted to taking the watch, which she told police she’d hidden in her vagina.

To retrieve the timepiece, police took Lafave to University Medical Center.

Her attorney’s defense?

“We intend to file a motion to suppress the medical intrusion,” Rasmussen told the Review Journal. “The search is an unreasonable search when medical providers have to use equipment to conduct an invasive procedure to remove what police believe is evidence.”

“We believe he gave her the watch and later he tried to take it back when he wasn’t satisfied with her services,” Rasmussen added. “Like any person who works in these hotels, she believed she was going to be compensated for her massage.”

D.B. Hirsch
D.B. Hirsch is a political activist, news junkie, and retired ad copy writer and spin doctor. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.