Christina Gamble Faces Trial for Fraud, Stripper Said She Was Too Hurt to Work as Waitress

Christina Gamble (Quakertown Police Dept.)

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS/AP) A Pennsylvania woman who allegedly did a turn as a stripper will stand trial for taking worker's compensation checks, when she said she was too injured to work as a waitress.

Forty-three-year-old Christina Gamble of Quakertown, Pa. waived a preliminary hearing scheduled for Tuesday and faces trial in September.

Prosecutors say Gamble claimed she hurt her back while waitressing and couldn't work. A judge granted her $360 in weekly benefits in October 2008.

But private investigators scoping her out for her restaurant's insurance firm say they taped Gamble dancing at C.R. Fanny's Gentlemen's Club and Sports Bar in Wilson later that year.

Gamble is charged with two counts of worker's compensation fraud and one count of theft.

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