REPORT: Alleged Rape at the Allegria?

From:  Allegria Hotel Guest Says She Was Raped

LONG BEACH, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Police on Long Island are investigating a disturbing rape allegation at a popular beachfront night spot.

Guests and staff at the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach said they didn’t notice anything out of the ordinary last Friday, but a female registered guest — around 30 years old — notified security around 4 a.m., saying she was raped in a hotel room.

Long Beach Police confirmed a complaint of an alleged rape at the hotel.

Head over to for more of the article. I have to say, this is the first I heard about it. This report came Wednesday May 30th. I’ll post more if and when the story breaks. Developing……

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11 thoughts on “REPORT: Alleged Rape at the Allegria?”

  1. this has less to do with the allegria and more to do with people being assholes. i’ve worked with victims of sexual violence here and for the most part, assaults happen in the west end.

    the one positive thing the investigation can take from this is the cooperation of the hotel and their security cameras. that is a very good thing.

    save your blame for the scum that did this, not the hotel and definitely not the victim.

  2. This is a representation of the people who party there on weekends, I heard that there has been if fights there in the ast were the police had to be called

  3. Allegria Hotel emerges from bankruptcy

    by David Winzelberg
    Published: May 30, 2012
    Tags: Allegria Hotel, Allen Rosenberg, bankruptcy, Long Beach, Long Island, reorganization

    The Allegria Hotel in Long Beach
    A bankruptcy judge has approved a plan to reorganize the finances of the Allegria Hotel in Long Beach, according to Allen Rosenberg, who opened the 143-room hotel in 2009.

    Rosenberg’s development company, Alrose King David, filed for Chapter 11 protection last July, listing between $10 million and $50 million in liabilities to more than 50 creditors.

    The company had also been sued by dozens of contractors owed money for their work on the project.

    “We’ve exited bankruptcy successfully,” Rosenberg said.

    The principal note on the hotel, which Alrose had defaulted on, is now held by Investors Savings Bank and has been cut from $38 million to $24 million.

    A real estate appraiser put the market value of the Allegria at $22 million, according to court documents. That’s the same amount that Alrose spent in 2006 to buy the crumbling property – once a 172-room retirement home called the King David.

    He then spent millions more to redevelop it into a posh, waterfront hotel.

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