POLICE: All Involved Claim Nothing Bad Happened, Just Man, Wife, Strippers Hanging Out. One Woman Hospitalized. State Attorney To Review.
SOURCE: “They Were Dancers, But They Weren’t There To Dance.”
BY: SEVEN BRIDGES BUREAU | BocaNewsNow.com
DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Police sources tell BocaNewsNow.com that what was first reported as being a prostitute situation Saturday morning in the West Delray Beach gated community of Seven Bridges was actually an innocent situation involving strippers from Diamond Dolls strip club in Pompano Beach — according to those invovled. No arrests have been made at this time.
According to PBSO sources and information from those familiar with the incident, deputies responded en masse around 2:45 in the morning to a home on Bozzano Drive. Deputies were told that a man was in the home with two women identified as escorts. They were allegedly attacked by the man’s wife when she came home to find her husband with the women. The woman then fled the scene. She returned to the scene a short time later and — despite injuries allegedly being seen on at least one of the strippers — denied that anything nefarious took place.
The wife, who is apparently in the midst of a separation or divorce from the man, told deputies she was merely returning home to retrieve medicine for her child — at 2:45 in the morning — when she saw her husband with the women. She told deputies that she knew the women from a strip club — Diamond Dolls in Pompano Beach — and was fine that they were in the home. Her husband also told deputies that the women were known from an area strip club and they were all just spending time together.
The man, the strippers, and the wife all told police that there was no need to pursue charges, that it was just a misunderstanding, and that no one would ever appear in court to prosecute. One of the strippers, however, was transported to an area hospital with injuries. Sources tell BocaNewsNow.com that she was hit in the head with an unknown object.
Despite the claims from those involved that nothing criminal took place, sources connected to the incident say one of the strippers attempted to flee the scene but was found bloodied and driving a car with a smashed windshield. She then returned to the home after police arrived.
The State Attorney’s Office will now review the case and determine when charges should be filed and arrests made. For now, it’s just a normal case of two strippers, a man, a wife, and unexplained injuries in the middle of the night in Seven Bridges.
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