More Victims Come Forward in Case Against Alleged Swindling Seductress

New victims are coming forward in the case of an alleged swindling seductress. In court, they detailed similar stories of being duped by a Colombian woman with an eye for pricey watches.

The alleged victims claim Liliana Vanegas drugged their drinks and then took their expensive watches and jewelry.

"She opened a bottle of wine and handed out drinks. Then they felt woozy and passed out until the next day," said Judge Mindy Glazer, Miami-Dade Bond Court.

The latest victims said they met Vanegas and her friend Sofia at a Miami nightclub. After drinking at the club, they all went to an apartment.

"Encouraged the victims to continue consuming alcoholic beverages while serving them," Judge Glazer explained in court, and when they woke up: "Watch missing, $10,000 value and another watch, $800."

Earlier this week Vanegas, along with Fransisco Trujillo, appeared in bond court for the same thing: drugging and robbing her dates. This time at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel.

"She's denying these allegations. In fact, she's claiming she's been victimized in all of these cases," explained Ray Sarmiento, defense attorney. But he wouldn't say how.

While Vanegas is trying to come up with $51,000 to bond out of jail, detectives are still actively looking for her friend Sofia, the alleged accomplice.

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