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By Robert Wilonsky. The new court document -- a request for a permanent injunction -- echoes another one the club filed in Dallas County district court at the end of December, when attorney Roger Albright claimed that "live entertainment The city's been gunning for Jaguars and its sexually oriented business since early December, after 15 people with ties to the club were arrested and indicted on federal charges for selling drugs out of the all-ages after-hours dance club housed inside Jaguars.

According to Dallas police and federal authorities, some Eternal Eden Afterhours employees were selling cocaine, meth, heroin and other hallucinogens to club patrons, at least one of whom -- a year-old girl from White Settlement -- law-enforcement official say died of an overdose after spending time at the club. According to court documents filed Friday in Dallas County district court, "The Dallas Police Department is continuing its investigation into certain persons identified in the undercover operation at Jaguars Dallas who have not yet been indicted.

The city filed court documents declaring Jaguars a "common nuisance" and moved to yank its sexually oriented business , which Jaguars has been fighting ever since. In Dallas County district court late Friday, the city and Jaguars agreed to a temporary injunction that "immediately" closes Eternal Eden Afterhours, and requires Jaguars to install "full motion" security cameras "sufficient to clearly view the parking lot" and all other "areas of the interior that are accessible to the public.

The injunction also requires all employees and "deated operators" a written drug policy which says anyone who doesn't call "upon suspicion of a drug overdose shall immediately be terminated" and submit to quarterly drug tests. Jaguars has to tell the city how many people passed and how many failed. In the new federal court documents, Albright says Jaguars has actually been sold since its legal troubles began -- to Kevin Richardson,. The stripperteria's new parent company is called Royal Richardson, incidentally, was actually the president of operations for the entire chain of Jaguars clubs throughout Texas until most of the locations were sold to Rick's Cabaret International in Albright's very clear about why Richardson's back in the strip-club business: He's "a qualified and experienced operator having applied for and obtained s from various governmental entities including a dance hall from the City of Dallas.

That request was denied January 16, according to the complaint. Richardson has been shown to be a law-abiding e, has been granted other s by the City of Dallas and in fact, under the language of Section 41A e could indeed obtain a sexually oriented for his company Royal35 at any other location in the City except this particular location.

The denial of a new, separate business to Plaintiffs because of prior contacts with an entity whose is under threat of revocation causes the requirement itself to be a prior restraint deed to suppress the content and the expression violative of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. Jaguars hopes that if and when the judge rules that Dallas is violating its First Amendment rights, that will end its legal troubles in district court as well. Meanwhile, the Dallas City Attorney's Office says it has not yet been served with the complaint and has no comment at the moment.

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