Two men stabbed outside a
On June 26th, 2007, two men, Aaron Moreno and Michael Gutierrez, were patronizing the
The suit names Two Minnies and the club’s owners, James W. Scarborough and Carol A. Scarborough, as defendants.
The altercation allegedly began when a third man became upset that a particular dancer was spending too much time at
Gutierrez went outside to attempt to help
The lawsuit alleges that the nightclub was negligent because it failed to train employees in safety procedures, provide security guards or stop the assaults. In addition, the nightclub is accused of being negligent for allowing customers to carry weapons into the bar and for encouraging its dancers to promote the excessive consumption of alcohol.
In addition to the claims of negligence, the lawsuit further alleges that the nightclub is responsible for the plaintiffs’ injuries because the “defendants’ female dance employees are trained by defendants to manipulate male patrons in a manner that produces behavior and conduct that results in patrons’ safety being compromised.”
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