Hot dog seller accused of prostitution -- again

Hot dog seller accused of prostitution -- again

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

A Long Island woman who owns a hot dog truck has been busted once again for prostitution, according to Nassau Police.

Catherina Scalia responded to a hotel in East Garden City in her hot dog vending truck on Friday, police said. Inside the hotel, she gave an undercover cop a massage and then offered to perform a sex act in exchange for money, police said.

Scalia is charged with unauthorized practice and prostitution.

Back in May 2012, she was accused of offering sex for money to an undercover cop in her home. Police said she solicited clients while selling hot dogs from her truck.

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