A Beverly Hills watch dealer brought two escorts from a New York strip club to his hotel room where they stole a limited-edition Greubel Forsey Double Tourbillon 30° Technique watch, estimated at $590,000 and $6,000 in cash from him.
Steven Rostovsky, 52, told cops that he was partying with the call girls at the Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club early Monday and returned to the Baccarat Hotel. When in the room he stashed his limited-edition watch and his money in the suite’s safe, but the luxury watch dealer did not lock the safe.
Once the fun was over Rostovsky realized he’d been abandoned, he checked the safe, discovered his valuables were missing and called the NYPD.
Police are seeking these women in connection with the robbery.
In the fall of 2014 Rostovsky bought the timepiece and even proudly posted on Instagram and stated, “Look what just arrived . . . Technique Bi-Color in Rose Gold limited to 22 pieces. I waited 9 months for this one and it was well worth it!”
When the New York Post stopped by
Rostovsky’s $2.8 million home in Bel Air, his wife, Janine, was shocked to hear about the caper.
She said her husband told her that only that his driver’s license had been stolen.