The Texas strip membership the place a dancer got here crashing down from a 15-foot pole is taking no duty for the incident … as a result of the CEO says they did not inform her to make the climb.
As you understand … unique dancer Genea Sky went viral after critically injuring herself over the weekend when she fell from a two-story pole on the principle stage of XTC Cabaret in Dallas.
However, the membership is looking it an accident, and there are not any plans to take away stripper poles consequently … Eric Langan — CEO of RCI Hospitality Holdings Inc., which owns the membership — tells TMZ.
As we reported … Genea says she fractured her jaw, sprained her ankle and cracked some enamel within the fall, and he or she underwent surgical procedure for her accidents.
Langan tells us the membership is trying into serving to Genea financially. One factor’s for positive … she’s not a full-time worker so she will be able to’t get employee’s comp. It is unclear clear if she has medical insurance. Langan says she ought to fear about her well being first and cash second. Actually???
Anyway, the membership’s place — entertainers select their very own routine, and as an organization, they train no management over a dancer’s artwork kind, so in the event that they fall — it is on them.
So, pole dance at your personal danger.