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Police: Swingers sex club posed as a church to evade cops

May 17, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Police: Swingers sex club posed as a church to evade cops

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A sex club in Tennessee is being accused of disguising itself as a church, and city officials are looking to shut the place down.

The Social Club – which has a license to serve as a church – were exposed by two city inspectors who went undercover to the swingers club back in March and “observed patrons engaging in sexual conduct and intercourse,” the complaint filed on May 11th by Nashville officials indicated.

Christine Gibson and Bill Earles spent $40 to gain entrance into the club’s sex chamber, and once they got inside, they walked through 12 rooms with either a bed or a lounge chair where couples and groups were engaging in sex as others watched, NewsChannel5 reported.

The former church location in Madison, Tennessee that was being used as a sex club.

In one example, a couple, who known in court documents as ‘Val’ and ‘Steve’ asked the inspectors to take photos of them as Val gave Steve oral sex inside of the ‘Choir Room.’

They later watched a pregnant woman having her breasts sucked and caressed by a man.

The city lashed out at the club – which is operated by Freedom 4 All, Inc. – arguing that it should be shut down for “permitting acts of lewd conduct,” for being a “public nuisance,” and because it violates the law which prohibits a club within 1,000 feet of a school.

Metro’s Zoning Administrator Bill Herbert said he was disturbed by the results of the investigation.

Herbert told NewsChannel5 it wasn’t until recently that the city was informed of the club’s late-night activity and visible advertising for “Naughty Nights,” which takes place once a month.

The Social Club was previously known as a swinger’s sanctuary at a different location in Nashville, and when the owners revealed that they were moving to its current location, locals were furious.

However, the owners vowed that no sex would take place at the club and that they were opening a members-only church to get around zoning laws.

An attorney for the business told NewsChannel5 that he hadn’t had time to read the complaint but “continued to maintain that the business is a church.”

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