A teenage femme fatale accused of drugging wealthy men in the Big Apple to steal their Rolex watches and cash has been busted again — for allegedly ripping off a handsome JPMorgan exec, law enforcement sources told The Post.
Alexandra Martinez, 19, was arrested on charges of grand larceny and criminal possession of stolen property after authorities tied her to the Aug. 14 robbery of financial adviser Michael Briese, 31, sources said.
The blond temptress persuaded Briese to bring her back to his East Village condo, which he recently bought for $1.8 million, and waited for him to fall asleep around 3 a.m. before cleaning him out, a Criminal Court complaint says.
Martinez allegedly swiped several of Briese’s watches, including the brands Rolex, Panerai and Tag Heuer, as well as gold necklaces, a ring, an iPad, clothing, two credit cards and $1,000 in cash, sources said.
When Briese awoke five hours later, he realized his possessions had been stolen and contacted police, sources said.
Martinez was arrested Thursday and arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court. She was released Saturday after bail bondsman Ira Judelson arranged for her $40,000 bail, court papers show.
Martinez made headlines in December after she was busted for allegedly targeting several affluent men she picked up at bars in Manhattan and Brooklyn and escorted back to their hotels and apartments.
In the Brooklyn thefts, Martinez worked with an unidentified female accomplice, choosing victims based on their watches, with Rolexes at the top of their list, prosecutors said.
On one occasion, Martinez and her cohort allegedly struck up a conversation with Vincent Theurer Jr., 24, at an Artichoke Pizza in Chelsea around 3 a.m. Sept. 4.
Theurer, whose dad is CEO of Approved Oil, brought them to his Brooklyn apartment on Gold Street, prosecutors said.
Once inside, the women slipped a drug into his drink, knocking him out, and stole four watches, prosecutors said.
The duo committed a similar crime early Thanksgiving Day, making off with a $10,000 Rolex and about $800 in cash from a 44-year-old man they drugged inside his luxury pad on Lawrence Street, authorities say.
In the Manhattan cases, Martinez’s alleged victims included restaurateur Jared Siemens and Ron “Prince Ron’’ Zoldan, whose dad owns the country’s largest pyrotechnics retailer.
Martinez’s lawyer did not return calls for comment.