Naughty Bodies: Stripper Charged After Customer Found Under Car

Kristina Hensley, a exotic dancer with Naughty Bodies, has been arrested after a client was found under her car in Ohio.


Hensley had gone to the residence of Jae Cho for a private show on August 7th. She reportedly decided to leave when Cho allegedly confronted her and stood in front of her Ford Explorer. One account says that she hit him to get away. She eventually pulled away and says that she discovered Cho under her car when she stopped at a gas station.

Thus far, she has only been charged with leaving the scene of an accident.

Source: CNN

24 thoughts on “Naughty Bodies: Stripper Charged After Customer Found Under Car

  1. Hmmmm…..I wonder what Charlie Sheen would have to offer on this subject?

    Somethings are better just left unsaid…

    But I can’t resist…What’s the difference between a Hooker and an Attorney….The Hooker will quit screwing you after you’re dead……

  2. “Thus far, she has only been charged with leaving the scene of an accident.”

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    Looks like she tried to take the “scene” of the accident with her, or maybe she was transporting Cho for medical attention?

    In any event, it raises interesting questions of self-defense and whether or not our hapless “victim” here was perpetrating the tort of false imprisonment by preventing the exotic dancer from leaving. Assuming she was falsely imprisoned by the actions of Cho, was she justified in using deadly force to escape if she had a reasonable expectation of serious bodily harm or death? Doesn’t every scenario of false imprisonment by a stranger carry that reasonable expectation? Does Cho get his deposit back? All Sound like a good law school questions to me.

  3. Anonymously Yours
    1, August 11, 2010 at 10:01 am
    Blouise,

    I guess this gives a new meaning to Blow Chw…..

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    And a fond good morning to you, AY

    Perhaps you speak from experience?

  4. Blouise,

    Haven’t you noticed one of AY’s heroes is Charlie Sheen? ;)

    And mespo is right. This case sounds like a good exam question.

  5. Buddha Is Laughing
    1, August 11, 2010 at 10:58 am
    Blouise,

    Haven’t you noticed one of AY’s heroes is Charlie Sheen?

    And mespo is right. This case sounds like a good exam question.

    ==============================================================

    To be perfectly honest, I have no idea what “blow cho” means but given that AY said it … it’s my duty to pay attention to his morning quips

  6. Blouise,

    If you have taken on that task as a duty, might I suggest the following: practice thinking really dirty in re double and triple entendres.

  7. Buddha,

    You say it like that’s a bad thing….

    Blouise,

    I must have the wool pulled over your eyes……thank you…..

  8. @Blouise – Was the victim extraordinarily small? I’m wondering how she could get that far without noticing.

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    Read the article — she pulled into a gas station “to get help”. Basically she turned herself in. She strikes me as a tragic figure.

  9. I am out now. Mr. Cho tried to keep me in his apartment and I could not stand him. He was mean and disrespectful,I asked to leave and he prevented me from leaving. I gave him a left punch and left. When I tried to back out of the parking space he stood in the way banging my windows.

    I was scared. The service told me to get out and come back to the office. I did so. And now I am scared. Does anyone know of a person that will give me a hand in this. I don’t have much money but I am sure I can work it off to your satisfaction.

  10. “Read the article — she pulled into a gas station “to get help”. Basically she turned herself in. She strikes me as a tragic figure.”

    I’d have to agree.

    She was stripping, which is – let’s face it – a horrific job that exposes women to some of the basest of the base, in order to support her kids. Working for someone who was 1) depraved enough to hire a stripper as Saturday morning entertainment and 2) was loopy enough to try to block her exit by 3) trying to block her vehicle with his body.

    Why? Unless he feared she was going to the police? Which on its face appears to be the case since she was seeking help.

    Now? She’s 1) lost the horrible job, 2) probably going to lose her kids and 3) probably going to jail for trying to escape who knows what kind of coercion (at least until trial).

    Tragic for everyone involved.

  11. Blouise
    1, August 11, 2010 at 9:08 am
    Was the victim extraordinarily small? I’m wondering how she could get that far without noticing.

    turn up the radio

  12. Looks like self-defense. Looks like Cho wanted to try something she was not interested in so she left. Its his fault that he failed to recognize and yield to the self-defense weapon she was driving. Just cuz she’s a stripper doesn’t mean she can’t also be raped and victimized.

  13. ghub,

    Let this freak go to Canada and pull this shit. He would be in the Detroit River so quick that you’d have thought it was a cannon ball. It is legal and they are taken good care of by the police and employers.

  14. she was in the show and had to leave cu he was touching her and wouldnt stop, then hetried to stop her. he told her her was gonna cut her breaklines and was beating on her car. she was laying on her horn and no neighbors helped. she didtn know he was under her car til she pulled in for help at the gas station and told the attendant to call 911. they keep telling what a nice guy he was. really trampling her into the ground. yeah she is a stripper, but that doesnt give him the right its a tragedy all around. she nor he deserves this. she has children seperated from their mother. no matter what people say about her, not one person has said that she is a bad mother

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