Sun. Jan 29th, 2023
Feds Say Romance Scammer Named Peaches Left Holocaust Survivor Broke

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They met on a dating app. He was an 80-something Holocaust survivor from New York City looking for romance. She was a much younger Florida woman who prosecutors say was looking for an easy mark.

According to a federal indictment, Peaches “Alice” Stergo found one. Over the course of four years, she allegedly convinced the victim to hand over his life savings: $2.8 million.

He was left so broke he had to leave his apartment. Meanwhile, the indictment alleges, Stergo used his money to live high on the hog.

Read more at The Daily Beast.

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