Authorities in Las Vegas have brought charges against a sex worker after she allegedly assaulted and robbed a man who solicited her services. According to KLAS, the suspect, identified as 26-year-old Napria Wilson, robbed the victim of about $6,000 during the October 27 incident at Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel & Casino.
The victim, who is said to be in his late 60s and uses a mobility scooter, was found with a bloodied face in a guest room by a security officer. Police said he informed the officer “he had brought a ‘hooker’ to his room… and she beat him and robbed him.” The victim also told police at the hospital that Wilson “assaulted him and took his wallet.”
A surveillance video that police reviewed showed Wilson exiting a guest room and leaving in a taxi. The victim informed police he and Wilson went to his room after they met on the casino floor.
“Once in the room, the [man] gave Wilson $500 cash for her services,” police said. “Wilson took the money and stayed in the room. After a couple of minutes, Wilson again asked [the man] for the money and [the man] stated, ‘I already gave it to you.’ Wilson began to get argumentative with [the man] and told him to give her the money again.”
Police said the victim suffered a broken face and multiple facial fractures from the attack, KLAS reported. He also said he lost about $6,000. Wilson was later identified as a suspect after police got in touch with the taxi company. The security team at MGM Resorts also assisted with investigations.
“Wilson almost immediately vomits as she enters the cab,” police said in reference to the surveillance video. “Wilson apologizes to the driver and tells him she will pay him extra to get her ‘out of here’ and appears to pass him a $100 bill from her purse.”
“Throughout the ride, Wilson seems panicked,” police added. “At the conclusion of the fare, Wilson exits the vehicle and tells the driver, ‘You never came here, this didn’t happen,’ and gives the driver what looks like an additional $200.”
Wilson was ultimately arrested at her apartment on November 1. She has since been charged with attempted murder, residential burglary and robbery.