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A New York City model has alleged she was drugged and cheated out of $1,500 by staff at a high-profile Lower East Side bar — which she claims was perpetrated in part by a transgender woman. In cooperation with the restaurant workers.

Manhattan resident Anna Tekurbadjeev made the claims in a sensational new lawsuit filed in New York Supreme Court, which names the bar’s then-owner, Madison Square Garden, as a defendant. He is asking for $1.5 million in damages.

In it, attorneys for the 25-year-old Tchorbadjiev — who modeled for the likes of Harper’s Bazaar and Glamour — claimed that staff at the establishment had knowingly conspired with the con artist to poison and rob her earlier this year.

Identified in court documents as Angela Acosta de Mastronardi, the brunette allegedly brought Tchorbadjiev to the bar during a night of drinking – before the model suddenly found herself ill upon taking the first sip of her espresso martini.

The suit goes on to claim that De Mastronardi continued to escort the model out of the restaurant, before bringing her to another bar owned by the same people for ‘water’ – while grabbing her credit cards in the process.

Manhattan native Anna Tkurbadjeev made the claims in a sensational new lawsuit filed in New York Supreme Court, which named Madison Square Garden, then owner, as a defendant.

Identified in court documents as Angela Acosta de Mastronardi (shown here), the suave trans woman allegedly brought Chorbadzhiev to the bar during a night she had been drinking.

Identified in court documents as Angela Acosta de Mastronardi (shown here), the pretty trans woman allegedly brought Tchorbadjiev to the bar during a night of drinking with the intention of defrauding her — all at the behest of the bar staff.

Part of the trendy Tao Group, the bar, Little Sister Lounge, was sold to Mohari Hospitality for $550 million earlier this month.  Before that, it was owned by a well-to-do media company

Part of the trendy Tao Group, the bar, Little Sister Lounge, was sold to Mohari Hospitality for $550 million earlier this month. Before that, it was owned by a well-to-do media company

After coming to her senses and confronting the woman, she realizes she was charged more than $1,500 despite only having two drinks, and later tells cops that DiMastronardi had a history of similar negatives when she was a man.

“Thank God, I’m fine,” Tekurpadzhiev, who works as a model under the name Anna Alimani, told me. New York Post On Saturday after the outlet broke the news about the lawsuit, which comes weeks after the pub, part of the popular Tao restaurant group, was sold to Mohari Hospitality for $550 million.

We were all feeling great. she said, recalling how she was introduced to de Mastronardi by a friend at the luxurious downtown Baccara Hotel, and at that point didn’t even know she was transgender.

I remembered how the young woman, whose social media is teeming with her private photos, was wearing a Versace dress and was instantly friendly.

“I had no reason to suspect this person.”

But things soon change after the transgender woman suggests that the women continue their night at Little Sister – one of several upscale clubs belonging to the restaurant group.

When the group got there, Tchorbadjiev said de Mastronardi offered to pay, but the staff told them her card had been declined.

A model, Chorbadzhiev generously offered her card instead — but about five minutes into her first sips of her espresso martini, she found herself hopelessly ill.

Lawyers for the 25-year-old Tkurbadzhiev — who has modeled for the likes of Harper's Bazaar and Glamour — allege that employees knowingly conspired with the scam artist to poison her and steal her money.

Lawyers for the 25-year-old Tkurbadzhiev — who has modeled for the likes of Harper’s Bazaar and Glamour — allege that employees knowingly conspired with the scam artist to poison her and steal her money.

The model said she was introduced to de Mastronardi (seen here) by a friend at the luxurious Baccarat Hotel, not knowing she was transgender.  She wore a Versace dress and was friendly, but she allegedly tried to steal her credit cards and conspired with staff to drug the model

The model said she was introduced to de Mastronardi (seen here) by a friend at the luxurious Baccarat Hotel, not knowing she was transgender. She wore a Versace dress and was friendly, but she allegedly tried to steal her credit cards and conspired with staff to drug the model

The suit goes on to claim that De Mastronardi (shown here) continued to escort the model out of the restaurant, before bringing her to another bar owned by the same people for 'water' - while snatching her credit cards in the process

The suit goes on to claim that De Mastronardi (shown here) continued to escort the model out of the restaurant, before bringing her to another bar owned by the same people for ‘water’ – while snatching her credit cards in the process

“She offered to pay and then her card declined,” Tkurbadzhiev, a veteran of Paris and New York Fashion Weeks, told the outlet. I was like, “Let me pay” before I pulled out her black American Express card.

After she fell ill, Tchorbadjiev’s lawyers said she closed the tab and left — with De Mastronardi, she allegedly only pretended to part as a full-time boyfriend, who followed her closely.

The suit goes on to claim that the duo took a taxi — with Di Mastronardi putting up another suggestion: stopping to “get water” at another tao joint, Lavaux on 58th Street.

However, at that point, Tchorbadjiev checked her wallet and realized her credit cards were missing. Immediately, she encounters a new acquaintance regarding the missing items.

The alleged scammer denied any involvement in the cards’ disappearance, prompting Tekurbadzhiev to grab her “by the hair” and demand she return them, she told The Post.

She said the blowout prompted De Mastronardi — a simple brunette who social media indicates began transitioning sometime after 2015 and previously lived in Florida — to finally produce it and drop it in the model’s bag.

At that point, the model claimed that Di Mastronardi continued to pursue her, but was eventually deterred after Chorbadzhiev physically distanced her.

I was like, “No way, bitch, you’re going to rob me blind.” I remembered in the meeting post.

Chorbadzhiev, a model, said she submitted her card after de Mastronardi's refusal — but about five minutes into her first sips of her espresso martini, she found herself hopelessly ill.

Chorbadzhiev, a model, said she submitted her card after de Mastronardi’s refusal — but about five minutes into her first sips of her espresso martini, she found herself hopelessly ill.

After she fell ill, Tchorbadjiev's lawyers said she closed the tab and left — with De Mastronardi allegedly only posing as a friend, following closely behind.

After she fell ill, Tchorbadjiev’s lawyers said she closed the tab and left — with De Mastronardi allegedly only posing as a friend, following closely behind.

However, she does not find separate credit card charges which she only learns about after her separation from the suspected fraudster, both of whom are Little Sister's.

After coming to her senses and reporting the incidents to the cops, the model is told by the NYPD that Di Mastronardi (seen here a few years ago) had a history of similar negatives when she was a man.

Upon coming to her senses and reporting the incidents to the cops, the model is told by the NYPD that Di Mastronardi (seen here a few years ago) had a history of similar negatives when she was a man.

However, she does not find a separate credit card charge which she only learns about after she and the suspected fraudster, both of whom are Little Sister, have separated.

Both were classified as tips, with one set at $500 and the other at $1,000.

Cherbadzhiev immediately reported the accusations and the prior ordeal to the NYPD, after which a detective revealed to her that Di Mastronardi was transgender, with a history of similar negatives in Vegas, Miami, and New York.

The detective reportedly told her that the prankster’s other victims had not come forward because they were too embarrassed to come forward, with no arrests related to De Mastronardi’s alleged exploits.

“This is how people get away with this,” Long Island-based attorney Steve Legum said of how the alleged scammer was allowed to spread, even knowingly.

“If you don’t want to complain, they’re not going to put these people out of circulation.”

On behalf of his client, Legum demands a Madison Square Garden Entertainment fork of more than $1.5 million, claiming that the bar’s employees were part of De Mastronardi’s scam and eventually split the stolen money.

MSG Entertainment declined to comment, while a Tao Group spokesperson confirmed that it is cooperating with the NYPD as the case makes its way through city courts.

“We are cooperating on this matter with the NYPD, who are investigating this case.”

Meanwhile, de Mastronardi, whose social media also indicates she is either from or spends time in Venezuela, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The lawsuit has not yet been resolved.

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