Two former Drug Enforcement Administration employees were convicted of lying to the government about owning a New Jersey strip club during their top secret clearance application process.
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An ex-agent at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) was sentenced to one year of probation and community service after being convicted of lying about his New Jersey strip club last year.
According to a report by the Pentagon’s inspector general, officials allowed employees to use company cards for gambling and strip clubs without any disciplinary action.
A father and two sons who operated a strip club were sentenced to prison Tuesday for evading $650,000 in taxes.