Chicago lap dancer's story leads to jail
Jan 10,2008 00:00 by UPI
AURORA, Ill. -- A Chicago-area woman has been jailed for allegedly lying about being sexually assaulted by a man who couldn't immediately pay for a lap dance.

The incident began Tuesday when a 60-year-old man who lives in the same motel apartment complex as 23-year-old Kavina Phillips reportedly offered to pay her $100 for a lap dance in his room, police in Aurora, Ill., said.

However, Phillips ended up calling police the man had tried to sexually assault her, the Chicago Tribune reported.

During separate interrogations, investigators found inconsistencies in Phillips' story and eventually determined she called police out of anger the man wouldn't have the money until Friday, the report said.

The man was released, and Phillips was charged with felony disorderly conduct for filing what police said was a false report.

Her bail was set at $7,500 Wednesday, the report said.

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