May 11, 2012 |
By day, Sarah Tressler was a mild-mannered reporter for a major metropolitan newspaper. By night, she was an exotic dancer. That's what got her fired, she says. Tressler, 30, has filed a gender discrimination complaint with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging that the Houston Chronicle wrongly fired her from her job as a society reporter, according to the Associated Press. Tressler says she was told she failed to reveal her side job on her employment application.
May 18, 1990 |
A Delaware County Common Pleas judge Thursday dismissed a member of a county investigative grand jury for hiring a male stripper to perform at the courthouse cafeteria. Judge Melvin G. Levy said the unidentified male alternate juror showed a lack of good judgment by hiring the stripper as a birthday surprise for a female juror.
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May 16, 1997
A stripper pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree murder in the 1995 shooting death of a music industry executive who was slain at his rented Malibu house. Suzette Melina McClure, 29, is scheduled to be sentenced June 3. She faces up to 19 years to life in prison and a fine of $10,000 for killing Charlie Minor, whose body was found in his bedroom with multiple gunshot wounds.
July 21, 1990 |
Overenthusiastic women who tore the clothing off a male stripper at an engagement party have complained to Australian consumer affairs officials that he only performed for 10 minutes instead of the promised 30. Officials said a group of 25 women, who hired the male stripper to perform at an all-female engagement party for $134, complained that he failed to perform as promised.
April 5, 2001 |
Accused spy Robert Philip Hanssen allegedly brought a stripper to religious services at his suburban Virginia church and spent at least $10,000 on a car for her in what authorities believe was a proselytizing effort, sources close to the investigation said this week. Federal investigators, who have interviewed the woman, are also examining whether Hanssen bought her gifts in the early 1990s, according to sources.
April 3, 2002 |
Georgetown Mayor Koleen Brooks, a former stripper accused of baring her breasts in a bar and mishandling her job, was ousted by a landslide vote in a recall election. The final tally was 339 to 176. Brooks said she would run for mayor again next year. She said she wasn't disappointed over losing. "It probably just saved me 10 years on my life," she said. Town Clerk Phyllis Mehrer said 61% of Georgetown's registered voters cast ballots.
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January 6, 2000 |
A Glendale man was booked on suspicion of attempted murder Wednesday after he allegedly fired shots at a stripper and her bodyguard on a freeway after she refused to have sex with him, authorities said. Although at least four bullets hit the car, no one was injured. Steve Iskenderian, 21, is being held in lieu of $500,000 bail and will be arraigned Friday, said Det. Dan O'Hanian of the Los Angeles Police Department's Van Nuys Division.
February 4, 2005 |
Fire officials in Tampa announced that five firefighters were disciplined for inviting strippers to their fire station for a nude and topless photo session. The women, identified only as Jamie and Heather, posed with a firetruck. They were naked in some photos and wore high heels, firefighters' pants and suspenders in others. The firefighters were charged with neglect of duty, moral turpitude and insubordination. One of the men, a captain, was fired.
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June 6, 1997 |
A 42-year-old Thousand Oaks man and a stripper hired to perform at his son's birthday party were each placed on three years unsupervised probation Thursday, fined $100 and ordered to perform 48 hours of community service work. Craig Fritz and Candida Fleeman, 25, of Burbank pleaded no contest before Municipal Judge Bruce Clark to respective charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and committing lewd acts with a minor, according to Ventura lawyer Louis Samonsky Jr.
April 13, 1994 |
A stripper allowed by a tax judge to depreciate surgical implants that greatly enlarged her breasts said Tuesday that the ruling corrects rules that were unfair to entertainers in her field. "It is simply a stage prop we are carrying around to make money," Cynthia Hess said of the implants. "I am happy for me and a lot of other girls in show business," she said before performing at the Bamboo Room in Green Bay as Friday's deadline for filing tax returns approached.