10 Most Dreaded Female Gangsters in American History

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3. Virginia Hill

From rags to riches applies to Virginia Hill. Despite growing up as a normal girl in Alabama, she ended up being known as a mob mistress in Chicago and later in L.A.. Using her looks and taking advantage of the fact that men found her attractive, she ended up being entangled with some of the most notorious gang leaders of the 1930s and 1940s, working as a cash courier, Mexican heroin trafficker, money launderer, and informant, just to name a few.

After the death of her lover, Brooklyn mobster Bugsy Siegel, she found herself less useful to the mafias and ended up testifying in court against the crime syndicate. Her obnoxious testimony was televised which brought her into the public eye.

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