Attorneys for the adult nightclub Treasures Houston have been fighting in civil court all week to keep the club in business.

The Harris County Attorney’s Office filed a complaint against the business claiming it’s a haven for sex and drugs.

The county wants to get an injunction to stop the alleged illegal activities at what’s being called a credit card whorehouse.

Terry O’Rourke (Harris County Attorney’s Office)

Earlier this week First Assistant County Attorney Terry O’Rourke said those words on tv.

Sources say that made the attorneys defending the club very unhappy.

We’re told the Factor segment which aired on FOX 26 was played in open court.

That reportedly caused the judge to ban attorneys from talking (gag order) about the case to the press.

Sources say the case could end Friday but there’s no word when the judge will rule.

Stay tuned!

1 comment

  1. steve2 October 20, 2012 10:47 am 

    Anyone who uses a credit card in one of these strip clubs is stupid. Using a credit card in Treasures, St. James Cabaret, or the other ones in Houston is asking for trouble. The waitresses, dancers, and managers work together to fleece the customer and may take advantage of you when drunk.

    Treasures has been hit by cops. The St.James Cabaret is probably next. That area may get annexed and they’ll have the same restrictions as Treasures. The city/county are on a crusade against human trafficking and it’s notorious in Houston clubs. The St.James cabaret also has customers that look like gang members, so that’s not helping their case.

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