Bars Investigated by the TABC

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The Bunny Club and Various TABC Allegations

The Bunny Club has been in the local news headlines in the last decade stemming from prostitution and drug stings that resulted in dancers receiving hefty penalties for selling drugs to undercover police officers. However, we're more focused on what has happened recently and the results of the investigation that occurred

There have been many stories that have circulated locally regarding the adult entertainment industry, especially regarding the extracurricular activities that some, not all, may allow to occur at their establishments. However, we just want to plainly and succinctly lay out the facts and circumstances regarding possible alcohol violations that may put patrons and motorists at risk due to irresponsible alcohol service.

Simply because The Bunny Club has been investigated, it does not mean that they are a location that displays a pattern of violating TABC code. Conversely, if a location has been investigated and investigators determine that they are not in violation of TABC code, that does not mean that the alleged violation did not take place. At times, sufficient evidence required to prove that either criminal or administrative violations occurred is hard to come by. We are simply reporting the locations that were put on the TABC's radar for one reason or another by concerned citizens and law enforcement agencies.

The Bunny Club Has Been Investigated by the TABC

Killeen - 3300 S Fort Hood Street building A


On 06/06/2017, a patron alleged that this location had sold alcohol to an intoxicated person, sold alcohol during prohibited hours, and there was an intoxicated employee serving alcohol, among other things.

TABC investigators looked into the matter and closed the investigation on 7/25/2017 with no further action taken against the club.

Killeen - 3300 S Fort Hood Street building A


On 08/01/2017, a member of the community alleged that this location was engaging in selling alcohol to intoxicated customers during prohibited hours, as well as other allegations that are sexual in nature.

The investigation was closed after TABC detectives found that the club had failed to report a breach of the peace and the club was issued a civil penalty. The club eventually would voluntarily give up it's liquor license after another incident two months later on October 31, 2017.

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