A police officer state that a 21-year-old glamorous Sofia Davila, confessed to a series of robberies after initially contacting officers to claim she had been a victim of crime.
After the glamorous young woman seduced at least 15 mean online, she drugged and robbed them.
Sofia Davila has been called ‘Black Widow of Facebook’ after police received several reports from 15 men saying they had fallen for the sexually-charged scam.
The 21-year-old glamorous young woman posted scores of salacious pictures of her on the social media site before seducing men online, meeting with them and spiking their drinks.
But police state the stunner was rumbled after reporting one of her own robberies and claiming she had been forced out of her victim’s home by raiders.
Officers had already been receiving several numbers of similar complaints from men saying they had been seduced an swindled by a woman matching the descriptions of Davila in the Argentinian capital, BuenosAires.
The detectives now say that the glamorous brunette has confessed to more than 15 robberies and will appear in court later this year.
The victim Diego Escalante, 39, claims he woke up with his feet and hands tied up and two men emptying his flat.
He said: “We had been flirting with each other for about two weeks and then she suggested we meet each other. We went to a hotel and had a good time and when she suggested we meet again I didn’t think anything was suspicious.
“The next time we met she came to my place and said she’d like to drink her own alcohol and poured me one too.I then began to feel ill and passed out. When I woke up my feet and hands were tied and there were two men in my apartment taking my Television set, stereo and other things.”
Two male confederates of the so-called con artist have also been arrested.
A police representative said: “The problem with her argument was that we had already received a dozen complaints from other victims saying they had been robbed and drugged after meeting a woman over Facebook.
“Although this was the first time that the woman had actually shown up herself, yet she matched the description we already had so we decided to hold her for questioning.
“As soon as we spoke to the victims we knew she was the woman behind those robberies and it only took a little while before we had a full confession. We also found out that those victims had been drugged.”