This awkward story is still trending days after it broke. Police in Tennessee, United States of America, is investigating a Social Club owned by Freedom 4 All Inc., for hiding under the pretense of operating church activities while selling sex to customers.
NY Post reports that eh Social Club located in Nashville which has a permit to operate as a church, was infiltrated by two undercover city inspectors on club on March 25 and “observed patrons openly engaging in sexual conduct and intercourse,” according to the complaint filed on May 11 by Nashville officials.
The undercover agents, Christine Gibson and Bill Earles, were said to have paid $40 to gain access to the club’s secret sex chamber, and once inside, made their way through 12 rooms with either a bed or a lounge chair where couples and groups were having sex while others watched, according to court documents. The surveillance agents witnessed sexual activities going on in the “Choir Room” among customers of the sex club.
Nashville city officials are very angry with the development and are calling for the facility to be shut down describing the activities of the club as public nuisance, adding that it violates state law which prohibits operation of a club within 1,000 feet of a school.
NY Post further reports that the Social Club owners had promised no sex would take place at the club when it moved to its current location at 520 Lentz Drive, a move that sparked outrage among residents. The club quickly promised that it would open a church to members but it was later found that the church plan was only made to get around zoning laws.
The Social Club’s lawyer still insists that the business is a church.