A Detroit strop club was busted as a 14 year old girl was allegedly dancing at the topless bar. I guess 14 is the new 21 for dirt bags like Andrew Hutson, the manager of the topless bar. The All Star 8 Mile strip club advertised that ‘a steady stream of hot, Victoria’s Secret looking dancers,’ but limits admission to people 21 or older. Too bad the dirt bags there felt it ok to hire 14 year olds.
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The manager of a Detroit strip club was charged after authorities learned a 14-year-old girl was employed as a topless dancer, making several hundred dollars a night, authorities said Friday.
The 31-year-old manager of the All Star topless bar was arraigned Friday on a charge of child sexually abusive activity.
Andrew Hutson was arrested Wednesday night at the club on Eight Mile Road. The girl, whose name was not released because of her age, is believed to have danced at the club several nights each week, making about $350 per night, Police Chief Warren Evans said at a news conference across the street from the establishment.
“It is clear that she danced there for a significant amount of time. It’s clear, at least to us, that the club knew or should have known that she shouldn’t be there,” Evans said.
31 year old Andrew Hutson, the strip clubs manager was arrested and charged with child sexually abusive activity, a 20-year felony.
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The girl’s mother, whom The Detroit News isn’t naming because of the girl’s age, said she found out from her daughter’s friend the girl had been dancing at the All Star topless bar for at least two months. The girl earned about $350 a night, the mother said.
The 39-year-old mother showed up at the bar Wednesday and demanded to see her daughter.
“The people at the door tried to say she wasn’t working there,” the woman said. “But I gave them her school ID.”
Club workers then brought the girl to her mother.
“She didn’t have much to say,” the 39-year-old said.
Detroit Police Chief Warren Evans vowed to shut down the club — a club he said that had 14 shootings, three fatal, in the last six years.
“This is not out of character for this business,” Evans said. “We’re going to do everything we can to have their business license closed.”
The mother said club officials were taking advantage of her daughter, who she said has some cognitive disabilities.