The movie is based on the real NYC story about strippers who drugged wealthy customers and ran up huge charges on their credit cards.
"It sounds so bad to say that we were, like, drugging people. But it was, like, normal...What's an extra $20,000 to them?"
Lawyer for accused strip club scammer accuses victims of "buyers remorse."
In light of the arrests, AmEx has agreed to forgive the $135,000 in charges on Kivarkis's card, but Scores isn't giving up so easily.
The strippers allegedly stole around $200,000 over four months.
What happens in New York City strip clubs stay in New York City strip clubs, unless you run up a hundred thousand dollar tab and refuse to pay it by claiming that you were drugged.
Former Real Housewives of New Jersey star Danielle Staub has stepped
Former Real Housewife of New Jersey Danielle Staub has returned to the stripper pole from whence she came.
Reversing the trend of the past four years, city high schoolers
Photograph of Diane Passage at the Dance Parade from Pole Riders
A former stripper at the upscale Penthouse Executive Club is suing
Former Scores stripper (and author of No Man's Land, Ruth Fowler,
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