Here is more proof that male exotic dancers don't want you ladies.
The Richmond County Sheriff's Office in Augusta, GA are investigating an incident involving a male dancer who was featured on Bravo's 'Real Housewives of Atlanta'. The dancer who goes by the stage name "Redickulous" is accused of public indecency with a male minor at an after-hours bar called 'Skittlez'.
Investigators say Ridickulous, who apparently dances nude for money at the bar, pulled a 16-year-old boy up on stage with him, whereupon the teen also stripped and participated.
"The last ten minutes of his show, the performer did get completely nude in there, did take a participant from the audience who was a 16-year-old kid...put him up on stage with him. The kid did get nude as well," says Investigator Tony Hyatt, of the Sheriff's Office's Vice Division..
Skittlez owner Timothy Lowery and his lawyer denied the allegations when they went before Augusta Commissioners who were meeting to strip the club of its liquor license.
Lowery and his lawyer blamed the dancer and the teen for setting up the club owner.
"The performer and the young man in question rode in the car together into the club. He used a fake ID to get in the club. The person that was in there took a picture. All three people involved in this incident, came together," says Lowery.
"You telling me, by Monday morning, the picture was sent to the Sheriff's Office?" asked a reporter for WJBF.com.
"It's purely set up," said Lowery.
We asked Hyatt if there is any evidence that the two arrived together? "I'd rather not go into that, right now. As far as him being part of the show, as far as him being with the entertainer, the stripper, no," said Hyatt.
And, the Richmond County Sheriff's Office says about two dozen high school kids from an Augusta high school were also inside seeing the show. "Being under age in there, there was anywhere between 20 and 25 individuals in there, they're all from the same high school here, that were in there that night," said Hyatt.
Lowery denied Hyatt's allegation. "That's not true, that's impossible to happen," Lowery said.
What happens next is up to Commissioners and, even though the Public Services Committee heard a 16-year-old was dancing nude with an adult and that two dozen high schoolers were inside, the committee is recommending only suspending the club's license for 30 days and placing the business on six months probation..meaning the club gets another chance to have underage teenagers inside.
"We're a city of second, third and fourth chances. This isn't the first time someone has been given a second chance and it probably won't be the last time," says Commissioner Bill Fennoy.
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