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Please purchase a subscription to read our premium content. Passions, an adult entertainment store off Business Loop 70 East, terminated Kellermann's position because of a new state law restricting sexually oriented businesses.
Part of the law, which took effect at a. Saturday, requires adult businesses in Missouri to close from midnight to 6 a. Kellermann worked the graveyard shift from 1 to 9 a. The state now forces adult entertainment stores to close between those hours, but strip clubs have a choice. They are allowed to stay open, but the dancers have to cover up.
Kellermann, who was at Club Vogue — a strip club off Business Loop 70 East — at midnight the night the law went into effect, said there was a countdown until the dancers had to don their bikinis. The law also bans full nudity at all times and touching between semi-nude dancers and patrons. The law restricts new sexually oriented businesses from setting up shop within 1, feet of any school, house of worship, day care, library, public park, residence or another sexually oriented business.
When the bill was introduced, it stated that sexually oriented businesses were linked to property crime, prostitution, drug trafficking and sexual assault, among other crimes. On top of eliminating jobs, the law violates Missourians' basic rights, Rumors Cabaret owner Robert Call said. Restricting the hours that you can express your rights seems very wrong. Why did they have to be so regulatory for morals? City and County Government editor anklamf missouri.
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Edit Close. Up Log In. Dashboard Logout. Share this. Home News. Advertising for Club Vogue. Eve Edelheit. Friday, Kellermann, 23, lost her job through no fault of her own. Symm-Gruender also laid off another employee because of the new law. Symm-Gruender said Passions does most of its business between 11 p.
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