Jaguar's Gold Club now closed after consent from legal council

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

The lawyer for Jaguar's Gold Club is trying to figure out what legal action to take, now that the sex-oriented business has lost its license.

NewsWest Nine has learned Midland attorney Eddie Garza is representing the Gentlemen's Club in Ector County.

Jaguar's has a month to file an appeal.

On Wednesday afternoon, Sheriffs Deputies took their license away to operate as a sexually oriented business.

Garza tells NewsWest 9, the strip club will be closed for now.

A team of authorities, including the Sheriffs Office raided the club on Wednesday as part of an ongoing investigation.

They're investigating allegations of drug dealing, racketeering, and prostiution.