A strip joint in Washington D.C. called the Stadium Club is now re-opening after the local government branch seized the business due to an outstanding tax debt of over $100,000. Well the money has since been paid and as a little rebellion against the government, a good portion of the cash was handed over in the form of 1 dollar bills.
One dollar bills and strip clubs go hand in hand. A strip joint in Washington D.C. called the Stadium Club is now re-opening after the District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue seized the business due to an outstanding tax debt of over $100,000.
The co-owner of the establishment, James Redding had reportedly owed the vast amount of cash as part of a tax debt from another business he operated called the TruOrleans restaurant. Well the money has since been paid with a good portion, perhaps with a touch of rebellion, was handed over in the form of 1 dollar bills.
In total about $40,000 of the amount was paid in singles, and apparently just in time. The bill was settled just in time.
The government had issued notices threatening to sell the strip club and all of its assets if TruOrlean’s outstanding debt wasn’t paid in full. Although it’s safe to assume nobody at the Office of Tax and Revenue was happy about having to count the ones, the payment was accepted. The club was officially given the okay to reopen.