Hear those church bells? There seems to be a bit more than just worshiping going on in Madison, Tennessee. Behind a front of holiness, you can find a swinger’s joint that charges at least $40 a pop per entry.
Now, the Metropolitan Government is issuing an injunction to close down this church/swinger’s club for good. The complaint was filed on Thursday through the General Sessions court. The filing states that a permit had been issued to operate a church on 520 Lentz Ave in Madison, but the owner of the establishment instead opted to run a sex club.
The church/swinger’s joint is owned by Freedom 4 All, Inc, but the building is known as “The Social Club”. The owner of this outfit allegedly violated city ordinances by “maintaining a public nuisance by permitting acts of lewd conduct.” Another violation is that this club is operating within 1,000 feet of a school, which violates both city ordinances as well as the state law of Tennessee. This club is not far from the Goodpasture Christian School and a community education facility.
In March, two undercover inspectors entered this “church,” each paying $40 for entry. Inside, the club, the inspectors observed at least 100 people as well as 12 rooms, each with a bed or lounge chair within. Some of the rooms had windows to peep inside.
The Department of Codes employees allege to seeing patrons openly engaging in sexual acts, including intercourse in those rooms.
Where is this club located?
The jig is up, so you probably can’t visit this site of debauchery yourself. But it’s always good to stay informed on those key details. The Social Club disguised as a church is located on 520 Lenz Drive in Madison, Tennessee.