Deal with Fort Worth adult venue allows early opening exception as long as waitresses put their clothes back on.

  • The owners of Bucks Wild, a BYOB club with nude entertainment, sued the city of Fort Worth after not being allowed to open due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to Bucks Wild, the venue should be treated like a restaurant, which were allowed to open at 25% capacity.
  • Fort Worth disagreed with Bucks Wild and classified it as a “sexually-oriented business” and demanded it close the doors.
  • The Club’s lawyer, Casey Wallace, approached the city again and a deal was worked out. The club could reopen as long as their employees stay dressed.
  • According to Wallace, “[Bucks Wild] did not open this business to make money during this pandemic time. The business opened so its employees and its entertainers could make some money.”