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Saul Ewing Secretary Accused of Using Firm Credit Card for Exotic Dancer Trip


A legal secretary at Saul Ewing in Washington, D.C., has been accused of using the law firm’s credit card to help finance a trip involving her exotic dancer business.

Jarriette Richie was charged with fraud for allegedly putting more than $46,000 in expenses on the credit card, issued to a lawyer at a law firm that later merged with Saul Ewing, the Washington Post reports.

Prosecutors allege Richie used the money to finance a trip to Puerto Rico where several women would be entertained by male performers from her business, Show N Tell Entertainment, the story says.

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