The employees of a former topless bar will have to keep their clothes on, at least for now.
You may recall Charles Westlund Jr. faces a felony charge of falsifying information on a TABC permit application. That's why the city denied him a license to run a sexually oriented business, back in January.
Monday, Westlund's attorney filed a motion insisting the business, Baby Dolls, would suffer irreparable damage if it could not continue its adult entertainment. U.S. district judge Sam Cummings denied the motion.
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