Miami Prison With Strippers Who Pose As Legal Aides

A Miami Federal Detention Center prison allegedly has strippers posing as Legal Aides in the Special Housing Unit where some of the inmates live.

There have been multiple reports that women from South American are entering the center as paralegals and smuggling in contraband for imprisoned, wealthy drug lords.

The drug lords reportedly hire lawyers who then list the women as “legal assistants,” which grants them access to the prisoners, the Miami New Times reports.

“They take off their tops and let the guys touch them,” veteran defense attorney Hugo Rodriguez said in a statement.

“The majority of these young, very attractive women are non-citizens brought in exclusively for the purposes of visiting the FDC. Any lawyer can sign a form and designate a legal assistant. There is no way of verifying it. The process is being abused.”

According to an ongoing investigation, the so-called legal assistants are also smuggling in assorted items, including issues of Playboy, feeding alcohol to an inmate through the prison bars using a straw and sneaking in a purse containing $3,000.

Recently, one of the women posing as a legal assistant was caught on police video stripping for an inmate inside the prison’s Special Housing Unit.

She has subsequently been banned from the prison.