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Strip Club Wants a Piece of Trump Taj Mahal: Delaying its Reopening

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Sep/21/2017

The currently shuttered Trump Taj Mahal casino is set to reopen in the coming year and, if one group has their way, a casino might not be its hottest commodity.

Strip club operator Scores AC wants in.  New buyer, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino have filed suit to keep them out, even if it delays the reopening.

That lawsuit, filed on Monday, claims a strip club in the establishment could result in “potential denigration” of its brand. 

The casino claims the lease at the Taj Mahal expired in June 2016, but Scores says that its lease remains in full effect.

The club closed in August 2016, 10 days before the hotel shut down.

Now-President Donald Trump opened the casino in 1990. He cut most ties with Atlantic City in 2009, though the Taj continued to use his name.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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