Suit accuses Goldrush strip club of scheme to bilk professionals

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Ticket Clinic owner Mark Gold filed an amended lawsuit against Goldrush accusing the strip club of spiking patron's drinks with drugs like Xanax and forging their names on credit card slips to bilk them out of thousands of dollars.

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  • Lulaine

    This could be a huge problem for the strip club because if one person alleges he got this treatment there could be multiple people out there who have suffered the same treatment. This could be a possible class action lawsuit, the only problem is amassing the proof.

  • david SLATER

    If true, criminal charges may be in order.

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