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I am very sorry for your situation.
Likely what happened is that you were the victim of scam. The woman flirted with you, got your attention, and got money from you.
It is unlikely that she would go to the police because it is she that committed civil and possibly criminal fraud
If this was a sting, you would have been arrested then and there. In addition, the money was in her own words
for her "brother." In a sting, the undercover police officer would leave no room for doubt, so the request for money would be followed by an unequivocal explanation of what it is for, i.e. "Give me $250 and I will let you have sex with me."
So this is a private individual who is attempting to get money from you. Or rather attempted - we do not know if she would again. Now, there is an (unlikely) possibility that she can try to ask you for more money. Because she seems very manipulative, it is best to change one's telephone number and email
and NOT TO REPLY to anything. After a few tries, she will give up and place her interests on another "mark." In a few days, this will all seem like a bad dream. It should be fine.
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