There is a nightclub/bar that i know for a FACT conducts illegal strip operations and prostitution services. They've offered me their services before and i've witnessed them offering others the same services for $$ and asking men to take them home for sex for $$$. You can even see them performing oral sex behind a curtain in the establishment. Also many have admitted to be illegal immigrants. They have boys that work there who illegally strip for patrons and then after a few moments of dancing and etc....they ask the patrons to indulge in a lap dance in a back room area...in that area is where they perform illegal services they offer sex for $$$ and the owners of the place receive half of the money. After performing whatever act they have to give have of the money to the owners.
You can report the business to your local ICE office. Whether they chose to investigate the matter is up to them. You can also notify the police.
What keeps such businesses operating is, of course, customers. And it fully appears that you are a customer of that business -- because you seem to know an awful lot about the operations of the business, including the split between the establishment and the . . . um, service provider. I'm not suggesting that you have patronized prostitutes, but, rather, that you patronize the bar itself. And it seems to me that if you are morally opposed to the activities that go on at this bar, you would do well to stop patronizing the establishment.
Good luck to you.
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