Woman accused of selling sex out of hot dog truck
A woman in New York has pleaded guilty to charges of prostitution after she was accused of selling sex out of her hot dog truck.
"I'm here; I'm sexy and I know it everybody," Catherina Scalia said.
Scalia, 45, was back in business Wednesday selling hot dogs. She says even though she pleaded guilty to misdemeanor prostitution on Tuesday, she actually only provided a lap dance to an undercover officer.
"I'm not pleading guilty to prostitution, I'm pleading guilty to being a stripper," Scalia said. "Prostitution is sex and I am Sister Theresa here."
A judge has ordered Scalia to get a psychiatric evaluation.
The mother of four faces seven days in jail, but she's not restricted from selling hot dogs in whatever clothing she chooses.
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