2008_08_scores.jpgYesterday a federal judge threw out a lawsuit from the famous strip club Scores that accused the state of harassment after revoking its liquor license this past May. The State Liquor Authority ordered that drinks stop being served at both Scores East (which filed the suit) as well as Scores West, the Chelsea location where dancers were allegedly getting paid to do more than just give lap dances. Scores will have to take its case directly to the SLA in order to get its license back. The club, best known for being championed throughout the years by Howard Stern, accuses the city of fabricating prostitution charges in order to take away their first amendment right to have topless dancing.