2 New York Coeds Accused of Running Coke Ring Out of Dorm

Two Fashion Institute of Technology students who are regulars on the Chelsea club scene were busted Wednesday for running a coke ring from their dorm, police sources said.

Christine Scafa, 22, of Princeton Junction, N.J., and Mickenzie Dippenworth, 21, of Bel Air, Md., are suspected of supplying students at the school and other patrons from the club scene with cocaine over the past month, according to the sources.

"Oh, my God, are you guys serious!" Dippenworth yelled to photographers as the giggling pair were led from the Seventh Precinct station house Wednesday night.

"We're not Plaxico Burress!" said Scafa before an older man interrupted. "Christine, don't say anything," he told her.

But Dippenworth chuckled back, "Well, I'm a Plaxico Burress fan."

The pair and their supplier, Raymond Alameda, 29, would drop off the coke at their dorm, where it would be sold, according to Lt. Brian Murphy of the NYPD's Vice Club Initiative.

The scheme began to unravel in early November, after Dippenworth — a former Girl Scout — allegedly sold an undercover cop about $100 worth of cocaine at the Home nightclub, and told him to contact her if he wanted more.

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