WASHINGTON – A District of Columbia nonprofit is accused in a lawsuit of using money from the district's HIV/AIDS program to renovate a warehouse that's now a strip club.
The lawsuit was filed Tuesday by D.C. Attorney General Irvin Nathan. It alleges that Miracle Hands, Inc., and its executive director, Cornell Jones, improperly diverted nearly $330,000 in grant money for renovation work at two warehouses.
The complaint says Miracle Hands represented that one of the warehouses would be converted into a job-training facility for people with HIV or AIDS. Instead, it opened in 2010 as the Stadium Club, which describes itself as a "premier gentleman's club" that also offers "five-star dining."
The lawsuit seeks damages and penalties of more than $1 million. Court records do not list an attorney for Jones.
Keywords clouds text link
Dịch vụ seo, Dịch vụ seo nhanh , Thiết kế website , máy sấy thịt bò mỹ thành lập doanh nghiệp
Visunhome, gương trang trí nội thất cửa kính cường lực Vinhomes Grand Park lắp camera Song Phát thiết kế nhà thegioinhaxuong.net/
|aviatorsgame.com ban nhạc||confirmationbiased.com|
|mariankihogo.com ốp lưng||Giường ngủ triệu gia|
© 2020 US News. All Rights Reserved.