Makeup Artist’s Client Steals Hundreds From Purse During Session

Miami make-up artist Ayesha Munroe claims that a whole lot of {dollars} was stolen from her purse by a shopper throughout a session, and it was all caught on digital camera!
Munroe spoke to The Shade Room and revealed that when she rolled the cameras again not solely did she uncover how the cash went lacking, however that it was a calculated plan by her Chicago-based shopper, a lady named Alexia Spears also called “PrettyLo,” and the pal she introduced along with her to the session.
“PrettyLo” additionally spoke to TSR concerning the allegations and denied her involvement within the heist.

Surveillance Camera Catches Client Known Online As “PrettyLo” Stealing Her Makeup Artists Purse
However, she shockingly admitted that her pal took the cash and doesn’t know if she plans to provide it again.
Munroe has since filed a police report and doesn’t intend to let this theft go unanswered.
Could this have been a case of 1 particular person appearing alone? Or was it a nicely thought out plan to steal from the very starting?
The Shade Room investigates…

The scenario started after “PrettyLo” despatched Munroe a pal request on social media. On November 4, “PrettyLo” reveals as much as the appointment with a pal donning crimson hair.
Everything appeared regular, they talked and laughed. Munroe says that she went to point out “PrettyLo” the place the toilet was as soon as the session was over, and her pal stayed behind.
“I’m watching them pack up their stuff, however she kinda blocked it, like the place the (entrance) was, she took the cash after which they left” Munroe tells TSR Investigates’ Justin Carter.
Money Stolen Within Seconds As Makeup Artist Cleaned Up Workspace, CCTV Video Shows
She mentioned it occurred in seconds as she was cleansing up her workspace. Surveillance video reveals as “PrettyLo” standing by the door as her pal fiddles round along with her bag, earlier than putting it on a coach proper subsequent to Munroe’s purse.
The pal can then be seen grabbing cash out of her purse and putting it in her personal bag.

“For the pal that didn’t get her her make-up executed, she requested me like ‘do you might have any availabilities afterward? I truly need to get my make-up executed.’ I informed her ‘yeah, I’m right here all day.’ Mind you that is after she took the cash,” Munroe mentioned.

Munroe says she wasn’t even conscious her cash had been stolen till procuring at a retailer later that day to by snacks.
She says she then messaged “PrettyLo” instantly.
Makeup Artist Confronts Client Over Stolen Money, Client Tries To Play It Off, Deflect Blame
“I informed her ‘Hey, your pal stole cash out of my purse, are you able to please return it earlier than I’ve to get the police concerned?”
Munroe goes on to say that “PrettyLo” informed her it didn’t appear like her pal stole cash, however somewhat it appeared she stole lipgloss from her purse.
She added that she remained good with the 2, as she wasn’t completely positive if “PrettyLo” was part of the scheme or not.
Pictured: Client’s pal stealing make-up artist Ayesha Munroe’s cashBut after reviewing the CCTV video once more, she noticed “PrettyLo” standing by the door, as if she was operating interference for her pal.
When she didn’t obtain her a reimbursement, Munroe posted the video onto her skilled social media pages, and that’s how she discovered “PrettyLo’s” actual identify – Alexia Spears.
“PrettyLo” Posts Video On Social Media Essentially Admitting To The Crime, Blames Munroe For Leaving Purse Out
Then, she discovered “PrettyLo’s” social media accounts, the place she noticed a video the place Spears primarily admitted to the crime, blaming Munroe for leaving her purse out for the cash to be stolen.
“Oh nicely, suck it up, you’re a make-up artist. You’ll get it once more when you acquired it,” PrettyLo mentioned within the video.
Munroe informed The Shade Room that after viewing the video, she felt like there was nothing extra she might do: “they had been already laughing in my face (about it).”
The Shade Room reached out to “PrettyLo,” who mentioned she had nothing to do with the stolen cash.
Pictured: Ayesha Munroe, make-up artist“She made it look like I used to be the one who took it, however I clearly within the video and I’m not taking the cash or something,” she mentioned.
Client Says She Will Return The Money, But Stops Short Of Apologizing
She did say that her pal ultimately admitted to her that she stole the cash, and added that she’s going to return the cash to her as a result of “she’s not that sort of particular person.”
She stopped wanting apologizing, nevertheless. Meanwhile, Munroe says she’s leaning on her religion and is aware of she’s going to get well the funds, and that “what goes round, comes round.”
TSR Investigates explores chilly circumstances and particular curiosity information tales underrepresented in mainstream media.

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