Former Scottsdale dancer: Some customers’ champagne was spiked at strip club under investigation

In Scottsdale, Arizona, a former dancer who worked at one of three strip clubs facing a civil lawsuit has spoken out about her experiences. Nearly 20 plaintiffs allege they were drugged and robbed, only to later discover exorbitant credit card charges.

The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous and will be referred to as “Bianca” in this report, revealed that she worked at Skin Cabaret in Scottsdale for several years. She expressed little surprise at the accusations of customers being drugged and experiencing excessive credit card charges, as she claims to have witnessed such incidents herself.

According to Bianca, individuals would enter the club for a drink and then become disoriented, often leaning against walls or falling asleep after paying for dance services. She described observing staff, including hostesses or managers, adding substances to drinks, such as champagne or soda, though the exact nature of these substances remains unknown. Bianca recounted being cautioned by colleagues not to consume drinks from certain glasses due to the presence of drugs, such as Rohypnol, commonly referred to as “roofies.”

The lawsuit targets Skin Cabaret, Bones Cabaret, and Dream Palace, all located in close proximity in Scottsdale. Bianca’s account sheds light on the concerning allegations surrounding these establishments.

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