Two Plead Guilty To Selling Drugs At Desperado’s
Two more people who worked at the now defunct Desperado's Gentlemen's Cabaret have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to maintain a drug-involved premises.
Prosecutors claim there was drug use and prostitution at Desperado's. The strip club was raided almost a year ago.
Yesterday, 28-year-old Tanja Clavier and 31-year-old Lydia Gauthreaux pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to maintain a drug-involved premises.
The owner of the club James Panos and his wife, Jennifer, along with several other were charged in an indictment earlier this year.
Three former employees, Baton Rouge businessman Dipak Vora along with the Panos' are still charged.