A Los Angeles man is speaking out about the terrifying night he says he was drugged and robbed by two women he met at a bar in Beverly Hills.
He says the women drugged him, then ransacked his Hollywood Hills home, making off with thousands in cash and jewelry. He also suspects this wasn’t their first time committing a heist like this.
“It’s embarrassing,” says the man. “I feel like a victim. I feel helpless.”
The man says the robbery happened on July 25 when he and his friends met the two women, who went by “Holly and “Britanni,” at a bar in Beverly Hills.
“We had a couple of drinks. We were having fun. We decided to bring the party back to my house,” the man recalls.
His friends eventually left his house around 3 a.m., leaving him alone with the two women. The three of them made their way into his bedroom.
“In hindsight, a lot of things weren’t adding up,” the man said. “They were going into the bathroom, talking for long periods of time. They were just randomly texting at three or four in the morning.”
Then he says the women began feeding him shots of vodka and he eventually passed out.
“The next thing I know, it’s the next day, 15 hours later. I woke up with a massive headache. My body was aching and I realized my house was ransacked,” he recalled.
The women were nowhere to be found.
According to the police report, the women left with over $17,000 of stolen goods, including three Rolex watches and cash.
According to the police report, one woman is about 5 feet 1 inch tall with brown hair and braces. The other woman is around 5 feet 11 inches tall with blonde hair, a shoulder tattoo, a tongue ring and eyeglasses.
“Apparently what police told me is the two women are transients or they’re part of a network of individuals who rob people or target people,” the man said.
Although the victim is shaken up, he’s thankful the night didn’t end in a more severe situation.
“They could have done a lot worse things and luckily it’s just material items missing and I have my health,” the man said, and offered a warning to others.
“Be careful who you bring home.”
Anyone who recognizes the two women is asked to contact the Los Angeles Police Department – Hollywood Division at 213-972-2971.