Pregnant Prostitute In Boca Says Customer Beat Her After Playing With Himself

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We just can not write this one with any more flare than the official report from the Boca Raton Police Department. So here it is: Gianna Marie Stauble had a client that started to masturbate before paying her for the services beforehand. He then attacked her after she pulled out pepper spray and asked him to leave the hotel room.

She is EIGHT MONTHS PREGNANT. She described the suspect as a w/m, mid 30s, 5’9”, short brown hair, brown eyes, wearing a light blue and white striped shirt, and dark dress pants.

He was last seen driving a black nissan or hyundai. Detectives Bureau is investigating.

It happened at the Spring Hill Suites near Yamato Rd and I-95.

Note on naming of victim: BocaNewsNow.com traditionally does not name victims, even when provided by police. However, we make certain exceptions if the victim is committing a crime while becoming the victim of a crime. We are sympathetic to the victim in this story and hope naming her will encourage those who know her to assist her in obtaining help in the late stages of her pregnancy.

 

 

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