The prosecution of an 84-count indictment against 11 defendants at the Harrison Twp. club called a “sex and drug den” by Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck. Jr. led to only one prison sentence.
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Samantha Clay, 29, of Dayton, faced 33 counts and pleaded guilty in March to one count of engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, four counts of illegal sexual activity in a sexually oriented business, three counts of cocaine trafficking, seven counts of aggravated drug trafficking and two counts of illegal use of food stamps.
Clay was sentenced to three years in prison for the conspiracy charge, and all other counts were run concurrently. For the illegal sexual activity count (like Daniels faces), Clay was sentenced to 90 days local incarceration.
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Five other dancers among the defendants received either probation or intervention in lieu of conviction (ILC) for violating the law in question.
Heck was successful in a civil action to shutter the business for a year by having it declared a nuisance. The Ohio Liquor Control Commission also recently revoked the club’s liquor permit.
A billboard on Interstate 75 for months has touted Daniels’ appearance at a Dayton-area club in early August.
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