16 women charged with engaging in lewd acts at Valley Brook club
Sixteen dancers were arrested July 19 at Little Darlings Erotic Ultra Club in Valley Brook after a nearly two-week investigation by the Oklahoma County sheriff's office.
Law enforcement officers posing as patrons at a Valley Brook strip club were fondled and propositioned by many of the 16 mostly naked exotic dancers charged Thursday with engaging in various acts of lewdness.
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Charged with one count of engaging in an act of lewdness, a misdemeanor:
1. Courtney Baldwin
2. Danielle Theo Beck
3. Irene Carranza
4. Tiffany Renee Carillo
5. Krystal Lynn Daniels
6. Jamey Anne Durbin
7. Alyssa M. Durealt
8. Jessica Renea Elam
9. Mandi Renee Flores
10. Tarta Michelle Fonseca
11. Crystal Renee Haywood
12. Jennifer Dawn Meadows
13. Lisandra Arrazcaeta Mondeja
14. Towndy Summers
15. Angel Marie Thompson
16. Jodi Nicole Vaughn
17. Timothy Patrick Ledger
The dancers were arrested July 19 at Little Darlings Erotic Ultra Club, 1500 SE 59, following a nearly two-week investigation by the Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office.
The women were charged in Oklahoma County District Court with acts that include exposing themselves and inappropriate touching.
The dancers arrested were naked, instead of wearing thongs and pasties, and some of them allegedly offered sex acts for money to undercover deputies.
According to probable cause affidavits filed with the misdemeanor charges in Oklahoma County District Court, a dancer named Danielle Beck told a deputy she “would walk him to the VIP room and perform anything he desired” if he paid her $250.
During a lap dance, a performer named Jodi Vaughn, whose club name is Ivy, touched a deputy inappropriately with her hands and mouth.
Several dancers rubbed their exposed breasts on deputies' faces, and some dancers rubbed the genitals of deputies with their hands and legs, according to the affidavit.
A club manager, Timothy Patrick Ledger, was charged with permitting prohibited performances, a misdemeanor. Ledger was arrested during the raid on a complaint of selling beer where people are unclothed.
No patrons of the club were arrested because deputies didn't want to reveal they were law officers while investigating.
The raid prompted Valley Brook police to examine the club's activities more closely, Chief Michael Stamp said following the raid.
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