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San Bernardino strip club closed eight months on Prostie Charges

San Bernardino, Ca- A strip club accused of having some of its dancers perform sex acts in private VIP rooms will be closed for the next eight months.

Vice officers shut down the club last Wednesday, enforcing a judge’s ruling that dancers were performing sex acts in private VIP rooms with the approval of management.

The city has battled the strip club for a decade, claiming it’s a house of prostitution.

Roger Jon Diamond, the club’s attorney, says he would appeal the order to the state Supreme Court.

City Attorney James Penman says that if the club reopens it won’t be allowed to offer lap dancing or any contact between patrons and dancers. All dancing will have to be on an elevated stage.


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