A Florida stripper who was upset with her job was detained last month for allegedly throwing a “large amount of rolled up money” at a fellow employee’s head.
According to a criminal complaint Smoking Gun obtained, Tierah Miller, 29, and her accuser, a 34-year-old man she had previously dated for six months, both work at the Baby Dolls strip club in Clearwater.
The alleged cash attack allegedly took place inside the club on February 26 at 11:55 a.m., one week after the couple announced their breakup, according to the complaint.
Miller allegedly threw a “large” wad of cash at the man, hitting him in the back of the head, when he “attempted to walk across the stage to speak to another coworker,” the report said.
According to the complaint, Miller was charged with a misdemeanour domestic battery offence despite the fact that the assault did not result in any injuries to the victim’s body and she appeared to be sober.
The amount of money used in the attack was not immediately known, but the outlet speculated that “singles would appear to be a likely component.”
Miller reportedly received a court order prohibiting her from speaking to her ex-boyfriend while she was allowed to keep performing at the club where they both work after being released from jail without posting a bond.