Guilty Pleas Entered in Miami ‘B-girls’ Case

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By Merrill Knox Comment

The case against the ring of women who allegedly roofied WXTF meteorologist John Bolaris — known as the “B-Girls” —  is progressing.

Two defendants in the ring, Anastassia Mikrukova of Estonia and Agnese Rudaka of Latvia, pleaded guilty yesterday to immigration fraud charges. The “B-Girls” allegedly targeted male tourists in the South Beach area.

Bolaris woke up after meeting two Eastern European women in South Beach with a hazy memory and a $43,000 charge on his American Express card. The women accused of drugging him, Anna Kilimatova and Marina Turcina, have not yet entered pleas in the case.

Bolaris’s laywer, A. Charles Peruto Jr., said the WXTF meteorologist “feels vindicated by these pleas of guilty. It’s been a long ordeal.”

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