Thieves Posing As The Wu-Tang Clan Scam Hotels, Limo Company And Recording Studios Out Of $100,000
Two Florida men were arrested for impersonating members of the Wu-Tang Clan, and scamming more than $100,000 from luxury hotels, recording studios and a limo company. They used a stolen credit card and racked up a $39,000 tab at a hotel in Georgia. Employees said the men claimed they worked for Roc Nation and never paid the tab. The duo also used the credit card to ride around in a Rolls Royce Phantom that cost $60,000 and spent $17,000 at two recording studios. The men were caught after hotel employees called the police about the unpaid tab. Both men have been charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and aggravated identity theft. Police said more people could be charged.