JAMAICA — Two women roughed up a nail salon worker, grabbed some cash and then skipped out on the bill on Jamaica Avenue earlier this month, according to a complaint from the Queens district attorney.
On May 14 at about 3:30 p.m., Bernadette Mosley, 34, was with Kimberly Jackson, who was getting her nails done inside a beauty parlor near 162nd Street.
When the salon owner was finished, she received a punch to the face instead of the $25 fee for putting tips and polish on Jackson’s fingers, the complaint said.
The scuffle that ensued knocked over the owner’s table, and as Jackson grabbed an undetermined amount of cash, Mosley repeatedly pushed the owner in the chest, the complaint said.
Mosley was charged with assault and harassment, according to the complaint, while Jackson’s charges were not available.
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