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Arizona Strip Clubs Face Lawsuit Over Drugging And Robbing Patrons

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  • Almost 20 individuals are suing three Arizona strip clubs, alleging that they were drugged and robbed in a coordinated scheme by the employees and dancers.
  • The class action lawsuit targets Skin Cabaret and Bones Cabaret in Scottsdale, and Dream Palace in Tempe, with the plaintiffs claiming that these establishments collectively cashed in on over $1,000,000 in unauthorized credit card charges.
  • The allegations span from October 2021 through November 2023, with victims reporting high ticket charges for services they didn’t authorize, and in some cases, being barred from leaving the clubs.

A series of Arizona strip clubs are facing legal action as nearly 20 people have come forward with allegations of being drugged and robbed. The class action lawsuit is aimed at three “sister clubs” – Skin Cabaret and Bones Cabaret in Scottsdale, and Dream Palace in Tempe.

The plaintiffs claim that these establishments have collectively cashed in on over $1,000,000 in unauthorized credit card charges. These allegations were reported on Thursday, citing court documents.

The clubs are accused of a coordinated scheme where customers were allegedly drugged and had their wallets and cell phones stolen while under the influence. The staff at these establishments are said to have forged signatures for high ticket charges to the club.

The allegations span from October 2021 through November 2023.

One victim alleges that he was charged $6,300 for spirits and a private dance, as well as a separate $4,800 charge for nothing during a visit to the Skin Cabaret early in 2022. He claims that the alcoholic beverages were “tainted with something” that caused him to black out, missing the fact that the charges went through.

Another plaintiff alleges that a dancer asked him to present his fingerprint and sign an unknown document, leading to a charge of $187,600 on his American Express account. He insists that the signatures for these charges were not his.

One more victim alleges that while he did authorize a $170 payment for a private room and $4,000 for personalized dances, he did not approve $53,820 worth of charges. He also claims that another person signed the receipt for his bill, tipping the hostess thousands of dollars, and that he was drugged.

Another man alleges that he was drugged in a private room and that security barred him from leaving the room even though his friends tried to take him home. His credit card was charged $109,764.

None of the plaintiffs know each other, according to the report.

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The companies that own the trio of gentlemen’s clubs have denied all the allegations. One of their lawyers, Dennis Wilenchick, addressed some allegations specifically in an email interview.

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6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. Kamikazecowboy

    April 1, 2024 at 10:14 am

    LMAO uh yea heard those excuses before. ROTFLMAO yea I was there but I have no idea how those charges where made

  2. HUNTER "CRACKS" A JOKE

    April 2, 2024 at 6:43 pm

    Yup, Aridzona is now Crapafornia 2.0
    Congrats lefties, you suk as bad as the slobs in Marxifornia.

  3. Earnest T Bass

    April 2, 2024 at 7:33 pm

    Shouldn’t have been there

  4. Bob of Bonsall

    April 2, 2024 at 10:28 pm

    Was a common practice in the Soho clip joints in London for as long as Soho had clip joints!

  5. Born Again

    April 2, 2024 at 11:33 pm

    The lesson learned is NOT go to immoral places!!

  6. Pail Hindenburg

    April 3, 2024 at 1:33 pm

    I know for a fact that these charges are true at least in Denver. I have seen these clubs extort and steal hundreds of dollars off of patrons. I had a supplemental job of driving a cab for about a year and would pick up passengers from a “Cabaret” who bemoaned the fact that they were fleeced on their bills.Once or twice you would think that they were just upset they had spent over what they had planned on spending.
    I had an Australian rider complain that they had inflated his bill and charged him hundreds of dollars more for his dinner and drinks than could remotely be normal. Like $50.00 for a beer. He showed me his receipt and was really upset that as a tourist to the US for the first time he had been cheated.
    I told him how to revenge himself on this “club” and have his visit for free. He did as I suggested and I AM ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE he didn’t have to pay a cent on his night out. He made the club eat his bill. I actually felt damn good about that, still do after 25 years.

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