Last year, a so-called "sugar daddy" flew too close to the sun when he took two teenage twin sisters home with him after meeting online. The twins were arrested for tying up and robbing 85-year-old retired lawyer Paul Aronson, and this week, one of the women was sentenced to five years in prison for her actions.

Shaina Foster, 18, was found guilty of zip-tying Aronson to a coffee table in his East 38th Street apartment on October 1st. She then left him there for 20 hours while she and her sister Shalaine Foster went shopping with his credit cards. The women were both 17 at the time of the incident, which occurred after Aronson met them on popular sugar daddy website Seeking Arrangements and taken them out for dinner.

"He asked to do things I wasn’t going to do," Shaina told Detective Darryl Ng at the 17th Precinct after the girls were arrested on Oct. 21st. "He is ugly, old and disgusting. I tied him up. I took his money and left. He was starting to creep me out."

Shalaine Foster, who blamed her "bad twin" sister for the incident, pleaded guilty to robbery in exchange for a prison term of one and a third years to four years. But the court was harsher on Shaina, refusing to grant her youthful offender status.

According to the Times, even Shaina's lawyer sounded less-than-sympathetic after the sentencing: