Club Paradise Files Suit Against Former Managers and Dancers

According to this morning’s Las Vegas Review-Journal, Club Paradise filed a lawsuit today in District Court against three former managers and three dancers.  All had worked at the topless club prior to the police and FBI raid that shut down the club in June.

The club has not reopened in the five months since.

The suit alleges that the former managers and dancers conspired to defraud the club and its customers of hundreds of thousands of dollars in a credit card scheme. According to the LVRJ, the club managers named in the suit all resigned a week before the June raid when the club required them to take lie detector tests about $50,000 missing from the club safe.

No criminal charges have yet been filed by the District Attorney as a result of the raid, though the club’s attorneys have insisted throughout that the club was not a target of the investigation but was instead a victim of the crimes, along with six customers who had been defrauded through phony credit card charges.

See our former articles on this story:

Club Paradise Closed by the Police and the IRS

Club Paradise Petitions Las Vegas Court to Reopen

Club Paradise is Now Club Purgatory

Update on Club Paradise Closing

Hopefully, at some point in the near future, the DA will return the club’s confiscated computers and business equipment so Club Paradise can reopen for business.


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