We may only be three weeks in to 2017, but already it’s been a tumultuous year for Shannon Noll.
After being filmed allegedly assaulting security guards and subsequently being arrested by police at an Adelaide strip club over the weekend, new claims have been made that the singer lost his cool after propositioning a dancer inside the venue.
According to The Advertiser, the former Australian Idol star received four dances from two different workers at the Crazy Horse Revue after his arrival at the club late on Saturday evening.
A source told the newspaper that the father-of-three became “agitated and aggressive” during his last dance when the woman denied his suggestion to go back to his hotel.
“He asked to see the venue manager,” the source revealed. “He said he didn’t want the lap dance, he wanted a refund.”
“He was saying, ‘Give my f***ing money back, you don’t know who you’re f***ing with’.”
Allegedly, the incident happened mere moments before the What About Me hit-maker was removed from the venue. It was then that he was captured on camera speaking to bouncers, before being pinned to the ground and hit, then arrested by four police officers.
After keeping tight lipped since the incident, the club at the centre of the scandal has finally broken their silence, denying previous allegations that the 41-year-old was “king-hit” by a staff.
“The Crazy Horse is a business operated in a professional manner and engages professional people in respect to its operations,” the manager told The Advertiser.
“Crazy Horse’s concerns at all times is the safety of its patrons and that of its personnel.”
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