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Escort’s body found stuffed in barrel in NJ street after being moved from NYC


NYC escort’s body is found stuffed in barrel that was left in a New Jersey street after being carted out of a Wall Street building

  •  A woman’s naked body was found stuffed in a barrel in a Ridgefield Park, New Jersey on Friday morning after neighbors noticed a foul smell 
  • The woman was identified as Nicole Flanagan, 42, when her fingerprints pulled up a previous prostitution arrest 
  • Surveillance footage recorded Flanagan walking into 95 Wall Street on August 13 with a known member of NYC’s Snow Gang
  • A security guard questioned the man when he entered the building with the barrel but said he was moving and later carted it out into a U-Haul van
  •  New Jersey Bergen County and New York City police are investigating the case

The naked body of a female escort was found stuffed into a 55-gallon barrel on a New Jersey street Friday after it was removed from a residential luxury Wall Street building.

The woman was later identified as Nicole Flanagan, 42, when officers ran her fingerprints through their system and connected them to a previous prostitution arrest, according to the New York Post.

Residents of Ridgefield Park, New Jersey discovered the body Friday morning after a revolting smell began emanating from a large plastic container in the street, according to New Jersey police and NYPD sources.

The barrel holding Flanagan’s body was dumped in the middle of the intersection at Hobart Street and Teaneck Road.

The naked body of a female escort was found in a 55-gallon barrel in a New Jersey on Friday after being carted out of 95 Wall Street in the barrel on Thursday

Surveillance footage from downtown Manhattan shows a plastic barrel being carted from 95 Wall Street and loaded into a U-Haul van around 10:45 pm on August 12, according to police sources.

The building at 95 Wall Street is a high-end apartment building in the heart of the Financial District. Its website boasts many amenities including a doorman.

A security guard working there Thursday night questioned the man when he entered the building with the drum. The man said he was moving and later was seen rolling it out on a luggage rack, sources said.

Surveillance video had recorded Flanagan entering the building earlier that night with a man, who since has been identified as a member of the notorious Snow Gang, according to sources.

The woman was identified as Nicole Flanagan, 42, when her fingerprints pulled up a previous prostitution arrest. A Bergen County medical examiner found no signs of injury on the body and has ordered a toxicology report

The woman was identified as Nicole Flanagan, 42, when her fingerprints pulled up a previous prostitution arrest. A Bergen County medical examiner found no signs of injury on the body and has ordered a toxicology report 

Surveillance footage shows Flanagan entering the building with a member of the Snow Gang on Thursday. A security guard questioned a man when he entered the building with the barrel but he said he was moving and later carted it out into a U-Haul van

Surveillance footage shows Flanagan entering the building with a member of the Snow Gang on Thursday. A security guard questioned a man when he entered the building with the barrel but he said he was moving and later carted it out into a U-Haul van

The 22-story building lists 507 units and some apartments are rented out through Airbnb, according to online reviews. The luxury building is owned by UDR, an apartment rental agency in Manhattan. But the NYPD said the building has a number of complaints on file with the department.

A Bergen County medical examiner found no signs of injury on the body and has ordered a toxicology report, sources added.

The county agency said last week that it was investigating ‘the circumstances of the death and the origin of the container’ but did not release the woman’s name or the New York City connection.

The NYPD was brought into the investigation by New Jersey police Wednesday, sources said. Cops are still searching for the U-Haul.

The 95 Wall Street office did not reply to DailyMail.com for a comment. 

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