BRIDGEPORT — The former president of a Milford strip club told a judge that an $87,000 check he cashed from a notorious mobster months before declaring bankruptcy was a “red herring which does not require further investigation.
But the judge disagreed Tuesday in a federal court hearing, granting a Justice Department lawyer a request for more time to gather information and evidence in the case of Joseph Regensburger, who ran the Keepers Gentlemen’s Club on Woodmont Road when he lost a lawsuit by six exotic dancers saying they weren’t being paid minimum wage or overtime.
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