D.C.'s Stadium Club Is Open Again, Saving the Weekend One Lap Dance at a Time

D.C.'s Stadium Club Is Open Again, Saving the Weekend One Lap Dance at a TimeImage via Stadium Club

The weekend has been saved. 

After the D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue seized Stadium Club (2127 Queens Chapel Rd NE ) on Thursday to collect a six-figure tax debt from one of owner James "Tru" Redding's other properties, the bill was paid yesterday and the strip club is open once again. Redding owed over $100,000 in back taxes from his H Street restaurant, TruOrleans, which closed in September. The club was in the process of being sold when it was seized.

A source reportedly told the Washington Business Journal that $40,000 of the debt was paid in singles. Cash is cash. 

Everything is in its right place as the New York Knicks and their terrible record roll into D.C. tonight:

[via Washington Business Journal]

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