Two San Diego adult entertainment clubs were poised to resume live entertainment Friday after a court ruling temporarily stopped enforcement of recent cease-and-desist orders issued by the county health department. Judge Joel R. Wohlfeil granted a request for a temporary injunction that stops "any government entity or law enforcement officer from enforcing the provisions of the cease-and-desist orders" filed against two establishments — Pacers Showgirls International and Cheetahs Gentlemen's Club — provided both locations follow extensive measures designed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus on their premises. A lawsuit that the clubs filed against the county in October alleges that the county's public health orders, which prohibit live entertainment but that don't specifically mention adult entertainment, violate the businesses' constitutional rights of due process and equal protection under the law, arguing that other establishments, from restaurants to comedy clubs, have been allowed to host "considerable live entertainment. Reached Friday evening, Jason Saccuzzo, the attorney representing Pacers in the action, said the Midway district strip club planned to resume dancing that very evening with dancers separated from patrons by 15 feet.
Daytona Beach strip club Lollipops shuts down, taken over in bankruptcy
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International models sue Volusia strip clubs over Facebook posts of photos
The models filing the lawsuit are from around the world, including England, Germany and Australia as well as the United States. All three were filed in Volusia County Circuit Court. Over the course of four years, pirated images, likeness and or identities of each model for "self-serving commercial purposes" were used in its marketing, promotion and advertising, according to the lawsuit. Ludmila Khomick, the Miami attorney representing the models, said strip clubs using images without permission has been a common problem.
Lollipops Gentleman's Club, the longstanding adult establishment that in the past battled bitterly with the city over how much clothing their dancers should wear, has shut down and is in the hands of a bankruptcy trustee. Wednesday night the bankruptcy trustee appointed to the business, Carla Musselman, was at the club at N. Grandview Ave.