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09-Mar-2018 05:06

The Greenville County Sheriff's Office has initiated three homicide investigations stemming from incidents on Platinum Plus premises and responded to more than 1,000 calls for service at the business, according to the Sheriff's Office.Platinum Plus has been the defendant in wrongful death lawsuits and accused of over-serving alcohol to patrons later involved in serious wrecks, according to documents reviewed by The News.Local religious leaders protested before a stripper could perform her first dance.Greenville County filed suit alleging Platinum Plus and two other strip clubs were violating a county ordinance by operating sexually oriented businesses within 1,500 feet of a residence, school or church.Orange-striped barricades block the parking lot outside Platinum Plus in Greenville.A chain and padlock prevent entry through its front door.

In all, plaintiffs have named the club's owner, Elephant Inc., as the defendant at least nine times in Greenville County Common Pleas Court in 15 years.Their lawyers also argued that the clubs shouldn't be considered sexually-oriented businesses. Under the agreement, the county's sexually-oriented business ordinance would not apply to dancers with a certain percentage of their breasts covered and wearing at least a 2-inch-wide thong.Both sides agreed that dancers wouldn't expose "specific anatomical areas" or perform simulated sex acts.In October 2008, Western Heritage Insurance filed a complaint against Platinum Plus asserting the insurance company had no duty to defend any party in connection with the Bartholomew lawsuit or pay anyone based on its insurance policy.The parties settled the matter and the complaint was dismissed without prejudice, according to court documents. Roberts went to Platinum Plus and spent ,170, according to a 2007 court document filed when his mother sued Elephant Inc. Roberts ordered one bottle of Jordan Chardonnay at a.m., a bottle of Dom Perignon at a.m.

In all, plaintiffs have named the club's owner, Elephant Inc., as the defendant at least nine times in Greenville County Common Pleas Court in 15 years.Their lawyers also argued that the clubs shouldn't be considered sexually-oriented businesses. Under the agreement, the county's sexually-oriented business ordinance would not apply to dancers with a certain percentage of their breasts covered and wearing at least a 2-inch-wide thong.Both sides agreed that dancers wouldn't expose "specific anatomical areas" or perform simulated sex acts.In October 2008, Western Heritage Insurance filed a complaint against Platinum Plus asserting the insurance company had no duty to defend any party in connection with the Bartholomew lawsuit or pay anyone based on its insurance policy.The parties settled the matter and the complaint was dismissed without prejudice, according to court documents. Roberts went to Platinum Plus and spent ,170, according to a 2007 court document filed when his mother sued Elephant Inc. Roberts ordered one bottle of Jordan Chardonnay at a.m., a bottle of Dom Perignon at a.m."Comparing apples to apples, I do not believe that is an above-average number."At a press conference detailing the recent yearlong investigation, Greenville County Sheriff Steve Loftis described Platinum Plus as a "stain" on the community."At least for six months, we have shut down a business that has helped spawn so many other crimes as far as use of drugs, sale of drugs, (and) the amount of DUIs that leave there on a regular basis," he said.