John Leahy, a Wall Street financier, is suing Manhattan stripper Aline Luz Dunga and her mother, Annalu Gomez, for $125,000 and a Gucci scarf he leant them when COVID put the stripper out of work.

According to DailyMail, the plaintiff claims he loaned Dunga and her mother hundreds of thousands of dollars to help the daughter survive the pandemic shut-down and the mother with cancer treatments and her state taxes.

In the suit he filed with the Manhattan Supreme Court on February 24, Leahy claimed that he fell for Aline Luz Dunga when he first met her as an exotic dancer. Believing he was in a serious relationship with the stripper, he loaned the money in increments from 2019 through 2021 in expectation of repayment.

According to the lawsuit, obtained by the New York Daily News, Leahy set up a unique “stimulus package” for the out-of-work stripper’s “maintenance.”

“Between the years 2019 and 2021, [Dunga] made false representations that she and [Leahy] were in a legitimate relationship to induce him to make payments to her creditors for her maintenance,” the report explains.

Leahy also claims he leant Dunga his Gucci scarf, which she held onto.

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