NYC call girl arrested after being linked to 3 deaths, including chef at famous restaurant

A prostitute has been accused of selling fentanyl to a chef of a well-known restaurant in New York City, which reportedly led to the fatal overdose of the Cipriani Dolce employee and two other individuals in separate incidents.

Cipriani top chef Andrea Zemperoni was found in a dirty hostel in Queens last week, dead from an apparent overdose.

When Police arrived at the hostel room, they encountered Angelina Barini, who attempted to hide Zamperoni’s body, which was wrapped in a blanket and stuffed in a bin.

The chef reportedly paid for sex, and was given liquid ecstasy to relax. When he overdosed and never woke up, her pimp told her not to call 911.

According to the New York Daily News, Barini reportedly told police that “her pimp made her do it and it was not her.”

Video footage has captured Barini with both the chef and other men who OD’d in recent months, and worked with dealers that robbed customers who were “drugged and incapacitated.”

Barini would later admit to discussing whether or not to cut up Zamperoni’s body for disposal, even though he was found intact.

She is expected to appear in Brooklyn Federal Court today on charges of conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and possession with intent to distribute fentanyl.

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