6 Bourbon Street Clubs Reach Corrective Measures Agreement
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Six Bourbon Street clubs in New Orleans have agreed to corrective measures with state authorities after being cited for violations.
NOLA.com/ The Times-Picayune’s Ben Myers reports the clubs have agreed to eight corrective measures including one-year probation periods. The terms of the probations haven't been announced, however.
The clubs Temptations, Lipstixx, Centerfolds, The Mansion on Bourbon, Bourbon Cowboy and The Swamp on Bourbon have also agreed to hire outside security firms, install high-quality camera systems and terminate all employees identified in the investigation.
The Louisiana Alcohol and Tobacco Control says the clubs agreed to fines ranging from $3,000 to $12,500.
The agreement follows an ATC investigation called "Operation Trick or Treat" which cited 10 clubs and bars for various violations including prostitution, drugs and other lewd or improper acts.