The Crazy Horse Too, unlike any other adult business in Vegas, until its closure in July 2007, was the repeated scene of violence, prostitution, extortion, and coercion.Club owner Rick Rizzolo was convicted for beating a patron with a baseball bat in 1985.

Three hours later, a citizen saw the pair and flagged down a deputy.“It’s so important for our citizens in Orange County to get involved when we have a case like this,” said Orange County Maj.

Rick Meli, who oversees the Criminal Investigations Division.

The first day after Roger's reelection in 2006, he plea bargained a Trafficking in Controlled Substance charge against Rick Rizzolo's brother Ralph down to Misdemeanor Possession, and in 2008, refused to vigorously prosecute Rizzolo's son for stabbing a man during a botched extortion attempt..

On October 25, 2001, I asked Mayor Goodman to bring the Crazy Horse Too before the city council on an administrative action to defend its privileged license.

About 100 law-enforcement officials from the sheriff’s office, Apopka Police Department and the Florida Highway Patrol responded to the scene and set up a command post at nearby Wheatley Elementary School.

Detectives pored through the woods and the neighborhood surrounding the home.

Most recently, he was sentenced to five years prison in 2007 for grand theft of a motor vehicle in Marion County, records show.

ere are links to a chronological list of links to articles including many that comment on the relationship between Las Vegas politicians, law enforcement officials, underworld figures, and Frederick "Rick" Rizzolo, the purported owner of the Crazy Horse Too topless bar.

Undaunted, I kept reporting, and the suit was dismissed.