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Momstrocity’s debt — how she could recover

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Between the money she stole and her unpaid rent, disgraced PS 29 PTA mom Providence Hogan is allegedly more than $122,000 in the hole. But her Providence Day Spa on Atlantic Avenue is still up and running. Here’s what Hogan will have to do to pay everything back, based on her spa’s price list:

• Perform 75-minute Pure Indulgence Massages — which are $170 a pop — nonstop for the next 37 days.

• Prick 697 clients during her $175, 90-minute acupuncture sessions for 43 straight days.

• Exfoliate 938 clients with $130 Divine Facials from now until the end of September.

• Spend all of the next 49 days limbering up 787 clients willing to pay $155 for a 90-minute Joint Renewal Massage.

• Scrub the feet of 10,166 clients with jojoba beads at $12 a session.

• Wax off the pubic hair from 2,033 clients who have bought a $60 Brazilian — ouch!

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Reader Feedback

Fanny from Brooklyn Heights says:
You're just being very mean. Very nasty. I thought this article was going to show some compassion. I am done with reading you!
Aug. 22, 2011, 1:11 pm
Anna Jenkins from Cobble Hill says:
Don't worry, she'll just steal more money from some place else. Maybe a church this time? Or a children's hospital? Providence Hogan has no soul.
Aug. 22, 2011, 2:57 pm
Jerry from S I says:
Soulless? And who made you the arbitrator of souls? There is more to this than we will ever know. My wife always tells me not to read these comments, because of the type of people who write here. guess I have too much time on my hands too.
Aug. 23, 2011, 12:59 pm
peter from Park Slope says:

Is she a gypsy?
Aug. 24, 2011, 9:42 pm

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