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UNITED STATES

Illicit CP - July 2005



Corpun file 16138

Knoxville News Sentinel, Tennessee, 8 July 2005

State briefs: July 8

Trial set for man accused of spanking teen workers

CHATTANOOGA - A Nov. 3 trial date has been set for a Red Bank businessman charged with sexual battery for spanking two of his teenage employees.

Paul Eugene "Gene" Levengood, 58, of Cleveland is accused by two 19-year-old female employees of photographing them from behind and spanking them at his Tasty Flavors Sno Biz stand.

In a complaint filed Nov. 3, one of the employees accused Levengood of making her lie across his lap in October and spanking her 20 times for making a mistake on a customer's order. Later the same day, Levengood spanked her another 20 times for leaving a door open, the complaint alleges.

Levengood then told the employee that it was the best day she had in her week of work and gave her a "wow" card showing that she had done a good job, the complaint adds.

Further investigation indicated that Levengood made several sexual remarks to another employee and bent her over his lap in July 2003 and spanked her about 40 times, according to the complaint. Levengood then gave the worker $100 and told her not to tell anyone because "they would think (he) was weird," the complaint alleges.



blob Follow-up: 12 January 2006 - Red Bank Businessman Classified as Sex Offender for Spanking Employees


Corpun file 16148

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ksdk.com (NBC KSDK NewsChannel 5 TV St Louis), Missouri, 10 July 2005

Strippers Arrested In Alleged Spanking

Jacksonville, Arkansas -- After his friends paid $25, Keith Lowery was handcuffed and spanked with a 3-foot-long paddle and a belt while one of the strippers restrained his head with her legs, investigators with the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office said.

Kelly Eslick, 21, a stripper at Sensations nightclub in Jacksonville, northeast of Little Rock, admitted to police that she used a paddle drilled with holes for less air resistance while the two other dancers, Lisa Nolen, 23, and Charlene Smith, 23, used the belt.

The three women were charged with misdemeanor battery, and they and two other club employees, James Daugherty, 31, and Dena Mitchell, 30, were charged with participating in an obscene performance at a live public show, a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

Daugherty had planned to have patrons sign a waiver releasing the club from liability, but investigators said the club has agreed to discontinue all spankings. All five club employees were arraigned Friday, then released after receiving an Aug. 4 court date in Pulaski County District Court.

Associated Press



blob Follow-up: 15 November 2005 - Judge orders spank-case paddle destroyed



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