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Exotic dancer to appear in court

Kristina Hensley (Source: Butler County Sheriff's Office) Kristina Hensley (Source: Butler County Sheriff's Office)

By Sheila Gray – bio | email

HAMILTON, OH (FOX19) - An exotic dancer accused of dragging a man to his death will have a hearing in Butler County Wednesday afternoon.

Kristina Hensley, 35, of Higginsport, is accused of killing Jae Cho after performing a private dance for him at his Monroe home in August.

Hensley claims Cho touched her inappropriately and then jumped in front of her car when she left the house. She dragged him under her SUV for about two miles before she stopped at a gas station and realized what happened.

A grand jury indicted Hensley for murder and aggravated robbery.


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