Charges: Everett woman meets men, gains trust and extorts

The defendant is accused of stealing from three men. She’s awaiting trial in cases dating to 2017.

EVERETT — An Everett woman already awaiting trial on allegations of extortion, theft and eluding police has been charged with coercing a man to hand over $3,500 at a casino under the threat that he or his family would be hurt.

Kazmir Haderlie, 24, is accused of gaining the trust of three men and either stealing from them or forcing them to pay her money, according to court filings dating back to 2017. In one case, she allegedly extorted $15,000 from a married man after an extramarital affair.

In the most recent first-degree theft case filed last week, she reportedly stayed with a man at the Tulalip Resort Casino in June. On the third night, Haderlie and two men reportedly entered his hotel room and she allegedly threatened to have him assaulted if he didn’t give in to her demands.

She’s accused of having him empty his hotel room safe of $500 and forcing him to withdraw another $3,000 from an ATM at the casino. She and the two men drove off in a rental car, according to court papers.

The extortion charge was filed in April. In that case, she’s accused of having a $1,000 a month, “sugar daddy/baby” relationship with a Bothell businessman, according to court papers. When he tried to break it off, she allegedly demanded and received different amounts of money over a three-day period in September 2018. The total reached $15,000 before the man told his wife about the relationship, court papers say.

In February, Haderlie allegedly drove recklessly through snowy streets in Lynnwood with a child in the car to get away from police.

She’s also charged in a 2017 case with identity theft and forgery for allegedly stealing more than $8,000 from a south Snohomish County man.

She has November trial dates for the extortion and identity theft cases.

In court papers, deputy prosecutor Bob Hendrix expressed concern about the behaviors described in the 2019 cases.

“In both cases she befriended and then extorted money from men,” he wrote. “In the more recent case, she used threats of harm rather than threats to reveal intimate details of an illicit relationship but threatened another person for money. She has demonstrated a propensity to both flee from judicial proceedings and to befriend and then extort men for money.”

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