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While Wacko's is not a party in the recently filed lawsuit, Wacko's was the lead plaintiff in the case resulting in the court order.
They're also arguing the raids are a violation of free speech. The lawsuit re in part, "The Final Order prohibited the City and the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office from making custodial arrests of performers where a notice to appear would be appropriate under Florida law.
Our video captured about 10 performers being taken out of the club in custody, as officers held pieces of cardboard over their faces. The performers were put into a waiting Jacksonville Sheriff's Office van parked just outside of the entrance.
We spoke to a dancer named Angelina as the scene cleared. One man found dead, another beaten and dragged by car blocks apart in Jacksonville Mother: 4-year-old daughter sent home wearing nothing but a T-shirt and another child's underwear CCSO: year-old boy removed from meth house full of trash, maggots Restaurant Report: Inspectors find 46 rodent droppings in kitchen of Biggies' Pizza.
He also tells us dancers taken into custody by police in those raids claim they were shackled in leg irons. Officers remove dancers from Wacko's Gentlemen's Club in Jacksonville.
Other clubs in Jacksonville are taking legal action in response to recent raids conducted by the city and JSO. They argue those raids violated the constitution rights of the dancers. As soon as we have a response, we'll be sure to update you.
Strip clubs Emperor's Gentleman's Club and Flashdancers, along with two performers, filed a federal lawsuit against the city and Sheriff Mike Williams on Thursday. Working to learn more.
A male employee was also taken into custody.