A woman from Memphis has allegedly robbed two men she originally met on dating websites while an accomplice held the victims at gunpoint, police say, reports FOX. Officials in Memphis charged 22-year-old Adrionna Dull with
“aggravated robbery, aggravated kidnappings, identity theft and attempt to fraudulently use a credit or debit card,”
according to the news outlet.
On Sunday, the woman reportedly invited a date to her Memphis home and
“forced him to reveal his passwords to his financial accounts”
as her accomplice held the victim at gunpoint. The woman took her date’s phone, debit card, car keys, and $300 in cash before fleeing with his vehicle and going to an ATM to take money out of his account. The date informed officials that her accomplice held him at gunpoint until the 22-year-old returned. He admitted that he was held at gunpoint for three house, according to an affidavit. When the woman returned, she gave him back his car keys and
“threatened to kill him if he didn’t hurry up and leave.”
Her unidentified date also claimed Dull hacked into all of his accounts including his bank account, Apple account, as well as social media account while posing as him. However, this isn’t Dull’s first rodeo. Back in December, the 22-year-old has been accused of stealing from another victim she met on an online dating site. Reports say she stole $2,000 from him after taking his phone as her accomplice held a gun to him, court documents allege.
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