The Russian “masseuse” accused of trying to murder a Queens woman with poisoned cheesecake so she could assume her identity copped to a sweetheart deal in a separate Brooklyn robbery case Tuesday — admitting only to a single misdemeanor charge in exchange for 90 days in jail.
Viktoriya Nasyrova pleaded guilty to a single count of attempted petit larceny before Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice William Harrington and was immediately sentenced to time served.
Prosecutors originally accused the 44-year-old of drugging and robbing men she’d ensnared on dating apps, but Nasyrova was not required Tuesday to explain her crimes.
She simply mumbled “yes” when asked by the judge if she was guilty of the June 2016 larceny rap.
Nasyrova remains jailed on attempted murder charges in Queens for trying to feed a lookalike cheesecake laced with the deadly tranquilizer phenazepam in order to steal her identity.
She’s also a suspected of murdering a 54-year-old woman in her native Russia in a similar identity theft scheme.
Defense attorney Martha Saunders declined to comment on her client’s behalf.
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