It started as a fight between two women inside the Pink Slip Topless Club in Brooklyn. When two men joined in, the bouncer kicked them all outside – that’s when up to 15 shots were fired.
Forty-three-year-old Carmen A. Fluker pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal felony charge of promoting prostitution at the “Yes We Can Social Club.”
Authorities believe the shooting is a result of an ongoing feud between residents in the neighboring communities of Madison, Venice and Brooklyn.
Nuns will be hitting the street in suburban Chicago for a march they hope will force a strip club next door to close.
Sister Noemia Silva says the nuns “hear the music when they’re praying” and they’re fighting for the club to close.
The measure would place an annual surcharge on strip clubs that have live nude dancing and permit alcohol.
A state lawmaker wants to impose a $5 tax on admissions to Illinois strip clubs.
A Kansas City adult entertainment business has been showing videos of naked dancers next to the stage.
What’s a community to do when the feds shut down their topless bar?