Amber Rose faces $1 million lawsuit by a strip club due to false ownership claim

Amber Rose's false claims lead to $1 million lawsuit.

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Amber Rose faces a lawsuit due to false claims. Pinterest

A lawsuit for $1 million has been filed against Amber Rose for a false claim made by her regarding owning a Los Angeles strip club. Later, it was found that the claims made by the model were false, and in turn a lawsuit was filed against her by the club owners.

The 33-year-old actress model claimed at All Def Movie Awards that she is the new owner of Los Angeles nightspot Ace of Diamonds. However, it was later reported by TMZ that the enterprises who actually own the club called Amber's claim as "unequivocally false" and also that they have not sold their business to Amber or anybody else.

The story got stretched when the club owner launched a lawsuit against her. Amber who used to be a stripper recently spoke about the club saying: "I was a dancer, I was an exotic dancer, I was stripper for a very long time. Best time of my life, by the way. I had the time of my life. But do y'all know Ace of Diamonds? Well, I bought it. So this is to every girl out there, every stripper, ya'll can one day be on stage with Russell Simmons, receiving an award."

Jason Robertson, the co-owner and operator of Ace of Diamonds, called Amber the "boss lady" at the award function.

According to the reports he said: "Her role is the boss lady. She is bringing in these dancers and these women and hostesses are having women's rights more than what they had before. It's not going to be them treated like pieces of meat. She's brought in more of a structure where you have to respect what they're doing. With that, I can't say no to that. She understands it. She comes from it. She understands women more than anybody, I believe. She stands up for women more than anybody, I believe and she has overwhelming power over the whole situation."

This article was first published on February 25, 2017