LAS VEGAS (TCD) -- A 27-year-old woman was arrested last week after she reportedly ditched her date at a U2 concert, broke into his hotel room, and stole thousands of dollars from his safe.
According to an arrest report cited by KLAS-TV, on Oct. 15, a man in his 50s contacted the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to report cash and casino chips had been stolen from him. The victim, who was not publicly identified, reportedly told police he met Hailey McNally on the dating site "Seeking Arrangement" about five weeks before the incident. He reportedly admitted to being a "sugar daddy" and that he agreed to pay McNally $2,500 in exchange for her spending the weekend with him at Caesars Palace.
KLAS reports McNally and the man met Friday, Oct. 13, and the two spent the evening at dinner and at the pool. McNally reportedly put the man to bed after he got drunk, then met up with him again the next morning. He allegedly handed her $400 for gambling, and she ended up winning over $3,000.
The next night, the victim and McNally went to the U2 concert at the newly opened Sphere. She reportedly left during the show because she said she had to use the restroom. After McNally did not return for several minutes, the victim reportedly texted her, "Are you okay?"
McNally allegedly did not respond, so the victim went back to his hotel room and realized his $50,000 cash and $7,000 worth of gambling chips disappeared. He contacted police, who identified McNally as the suspect.
Las Vegas Metro Police reportedly located McNally on West Sahara Avenue and took her into custody Oct. 17. Police obtained a search warrant for her apartment and discovered $11,700 in cash and $5,200 in Caesars Palace casino chips.
Las Vegas court records show McNally is being charged with residential burglary and grand larceny over $25,000 but less than $100,000. She posted bond Oct. 18.