A “sugar baby” in Las Vegas is accused of stealing over $50,000 from her “sugar daddy”’s hotel safe.
A report shows that Hailey McNally, 27, took cash and casino chips from a 50-year-old man she met on “Seeking Arrangements,” a sugar daddy dating site.
Local media said that the target reported the stolen money to authorities on October 15 after returning to his Caesars Palace Hotel room to discover his safe empty and assuming McNally had taken it and fled.
After meeting on a dating website five weeks before, he offered her $2,500 to spend one weekend together at the hotel. He told authorities the couple contemplated an intimate encounter but never had one.
On Oct. 13, the victim handed McNally the money at Caesars Palace. The victim became drunk at dinner, the report said. McNally departed after putting him to bed. She returned the following morning to gamble at the pool with her victim and his pals. The victim gave McNally $400. She won $3,100.
McNally then asked to leave her handbag in his hotel safe. McNally hid her bag with his fifty thousand dollars cash and seven thousand dollars in casino chips in the safe after the victim gave her the code.
The victim, his friends, and McNally attended the U2 concert at Sphere on Oct. 14. McNally went to use the bathroom during the event. Her ‘sugar daddy’ contacted McNally to check on her after 15 minutes. She didn’t answer.
After an hour, the victim contacted his hotel to lock down his room, but it was too late. Police claimed he returned to find his cash and chips missing.
Local news reported that McNally was seen on security video entering and leaving his hotel room floor 30 minutes after leaving the victim at the concert.
On the arrest report, McNally claimed her sugar daddy had been belligerent and had touched her inappropriately, so she fled with her personal things and her casino chips.
Police found $11,700 in currency and $5,200 in casino chips during a check of her apartment.
McNally was ultimately charged with two crimes, including burglary and grand theft of over $25,000. She posted bond and is scheduled to appear in court again on November 22.