That is to say they're spinning, glute to glute, on a polished chrome pole at a strip club. A thunderstorm leaves puddles in the parking lot under a sign that boasts "OMG! These girls are hot!
TAMPA — Tampa strip club Thee Dollhouse used photos of professional models to drum up business without permission, according to a new lawsuit filed by three women, who say they don't want to be tied to a "salacious" industry. The lawsuit, filed last week in Hillsborough County Circuit Court, alleges that Thee Dollhouse posted photos of the three women on its Facebook page and printed a photo of at least one of them on a promotional flier. They are seeking unspecified damages.
Thee Dollhouse feels more like a regular nightclub that happens to have some girls stripping than a strip club where the strippers are the center of the action. Not many lone, slobbish PLs in this club at all. Rather it was mostly groups of attractive guys and girls in their 20s or early 30s.
Well, we answered that question. These seven venues once held iconic status as THE places to distribute dollars to talented dancers. And some still do -- not counting the Marble Arch, which is now the most condemned building in Vancouver.
The Dollhouse Tampa for many years has been considered the classiest adult entertainment in Florida. From the time you enter the building and get greeted by the well dressed host to the time you get seated. You know your in for a great night.
And Thee DollHouse is all Americana: women plan to slip out of red, white and blue corsets and offer red, white and blue vodka. The headliner that week is expected to bear an uncanny resemblance to a certain ex-governor from a wilderness state, known for her strong jaw and devotion to guns and God. As Tampa gears up for the Republican National Convention, the biggest party it has ever held, the city and its businesses are primping and polishing for the August arrival of tens of thousands of visitors. Club owners here say they have schmoozed with their counterparts in former host cities, like Denver, and have been told that revenue pours in during conventions, sometimes quadrupling earnings from a Super Bowl week.
Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, made headlines in recent weeks for claiming to have had an affair with President Donald Trump in Nevertheless, the publicity has reactivated the career of the year-old sexpot from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who is best known for her role in the adult film, "The Wicked," for which she won a Best Supporting Actress award from Adult Video News. He said it wasn't difficult to lure Daniels to the popular Tampa strip club at N. Westshore Blvd.