Pa. Strip Club Fights Order That Stops Off-Duty Police From Working Security
PITTSBURGH (CBS) – Lawyers for a strip club in Pittsburgh have announced they will appear in court to challenge an order which stops off-duty officers from working as security in strip clubs.
According to KDKA, the lawyers of Blush say the police administration is targeting the club because of the nature of its business and says it could have “a chilling effect” to its business.
Attorney Jonathan Kamin says Blush has used off-duty police as security for nearly 50 years.
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