Around 3:30 a.m., police received a call about a tussle at a South Buckhead strip club. When an officer arrived, a stripper with a shiner explained that while she was on stage, another dancer — who wasn't even working that night — yelled, "It's my club, bitch," from the crowd and attempted to yank her off the catwalk. The rowdy woman was bounced by security, but wasn't done marking her territory. The stripper with the black eye told police that when she went outside to call a ride after her shift, the other dancer returned, jumped out of a silver convertible and punched her in the face. The two pulled each other's hair until a security guard pulled them apart.
Apparently, the two vixens used to be friends when they worked together at a different gentlemen's club on Buford Highway. She said the off-duty dancer might have been miffed because she was talking to her boyfriend. Police talked to club management, who said the off-duty dancer was fired effective immediately and would not be allowed back to shake her booty under any circumstances.
PLAYING DOCTORS: A 27-year-old woman marched into the Zone 2 precinct and complained that her doctor-boyfriend's ex has been harassing him for seven years. She told the cops that she's been dating him for three of those years and starting this summer, the other woman began harassing her at her job and texting and calling at all hours. She says the woman also emailed her an explicit video showing her having sex with yet another doctor. Screwing well is the best revenge.
LET THE MUSIC PLAY: A St. Louis man told police that when he sent out a mass email trying to rustle up some publicity for his music, a guy from Atlanta responded and offered to help. The Missourian said the guy sent him legit-looking documents — a résumé, media reports, references from a major label — and claimed he could get his music on the radio for the meager fee of $2,500. After exchanging several emails, the musician deposited $1,000 into the Atlanta man's bank account, and later another $500. In return, he got a media report that indicated his music was being played on the radio in Georgia, Alabama and Arkansas. Alas, the report turned out to be a total fake, and now the guy wants to press charges for losing the $1,500 — and his dignity.
IMPRESSIVE TAKE: A Hill Street man said someone kicked in the back door to his home and made off with four brass swan figurines from his fireplace mantle, one brass apple figurine, 10 gold coins worth $1 each, and $25 worth of regular silver coins. Also, a Craftsman saw had been moved from its original location inside the house and left by the back door. Police don't have any suspects.
PLUMB RUDE: A 24-year-old woman said she's had an ongoing spat with a female neighbor, and believes the woman walked into her apartment on Hickman Drive, threw her stuff around and damaged her toilet by shoving something into it to block the drain. Apparently, the woman makes vandalizing her place a cinch. She told police that her side door doesn't lock well and can be opened easily.
Items in the Blotter are taken from actual Atlanta police reports. The Blotter Diva compiles them and puts them into her own words.
I'm glad these guys are getting their deserved hype but seriously.... 'Is art the new…
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yeah, TW, why'd you make the space so small?