Jilted lesbian pulls gun over Cheetah lap dance

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We’re familiar with creepy Atlanta strippers. But creepy customers? Hell hath no fury like a pistol-packing lesbian scorned by a female stripper at the Cheetah. A tight-bodied 23-year-old dancer at the Midtown club was doing her thing – you know, stripping, dancing and twirling about a pole – when a 30-year-old female admirer wanted to make it rain for her. Apparently, this stripper doesn’t do lap dances for the ladies. Aghast, the patron dismissed the slight with curt words: “Rude bitch.” Then she left. But she was so not done. When the dancer finished her shift and left about 3 a.m., she spotted her wannabe lady friend parked near the exit gate in a dark colored BMW. (Note to stripper: expensive car an indicator that being gay-for-pay with her might result in a good tip.) The jilted customer then unleashed a volley of foul language at the dancer, who tried to leave only to be followed by the customer as she walked around the block to her car. That’s when the customer brandished a small black pistol and started waving it around to go with all of her crazy talk. Only when a friend of the stripper materialized out of nowhere and stood in front of the assailant’s vehicle was the stripper able to drive away. All for a lap dance. This item was taken from an incident report filed Dec. 23 with the Atlanta Police Department.


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