Wall Street sugar daddy who fell for Manhattan stripper is suing to get his Gucci scarf back and $125,000 he loaned her when COVID closed her club
- John Leahy is suing Aline Luz Dunga and her mother for $125,000 and a Gucci scarf he loaned them for three years
- He claims in a lawsuit that he thought he was in a serious relationship with Dunga and was helping her mother pay for cancer treatments and her state taxes.
- In the end, Leahy says he woke up and asked for his money to be returned, after which they stopped responding to him.
A Wall Street financier is suing a stripper after he loaned her hundreds of thousands of dollars and a Gucci scarf when COVID shut down her club.
John Leahy, of Union, Michigan, filed a lawsuit Feb. 24 against Aline Luz Dunga and her mother, Annalu Gomez, in the Manhattan Supreme Court for never paying him the money he had loaned them over a three-year period. had paid back.
He claims in the lawsuit that he fell for Aline Luz Dunga when he first met her at work as an exotic dancer, and thought they were in a serious relationship when he spent $125,000 to help her through the global pandemic.
Leahy also claimed that he once lent Dunga his Gucci scarf, which she never returned, and helped pay for her mother’s cancer treatments and Massachusetts state taxes before they stopped speaking to him.
John Leahy, a Wall Street financier, has recruited Cesar de Castro (pictured) to represent him in a lawsuit against a stipper
Leahy claims he thought he was in a serious relationship with Aline Luz Dunga when he loaned her and her mother $125,000 over the course of three years
According to the lawsuit, obtained by the New York daily newsLeahy set up some kind of incentive package for the struggling stripper, regularly lending her money for “upkeep.”
He also spent several thousand to help Gomez, Dunga’s mother, pay off her state taxes and cancer treatments.
In total, he says, he handed out $125,000 between 2019 and 2021, believing that Dunga would eventually pay him back and that they were in a serious relationship.
Between the years 2019 and 2021 [Dunga] made false statements that they and [Leahy] had a legitimate relationship to get him to make payments to her creditors for her upkeep,” it explains.
He is now suing to get the money back as well as a Gucci scarf he leaned on Dunga as seen here
But the money dried up when Leahy finally realized in August 2021 that Dunga was only interested in his money, the lawsuit alleges, after which he forced her to pay back $10,000,
However, just a few months later in November, Gomez borrowed $6,000 more to pay off her tolls and taxes in Massachusetts, then borrowed another $8,000 soon after, the lawsuit alleges.
She would never have repaid Leahy for that money, and soon she and Dunga cut off all contact with Leahy while ignoring his pleas to repay the money, the lawsuit alleges.
He is now asking a judge to force the two women to pay back all his money and return a Gucci scarf he says he borrowed in Dunga in 2021.
DailyMail.com has reached out to Leahy’s attorney for more information.
It remains unclear whether Dunga or Gomez has engaged lawyers to speak on their behalf.