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Blueface Ordered to Pay $13 Million for Vegas Strip Club Shooting

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In a recent court ruling, Blueface has been ordered to pay a staggering $13 million in damages to the owner of the Euphoric Gentleman’s Club in Las Vegas. This decision comes as a result of a shooting incident that took place at the club, which had a severe impact on the club’s operations and reputation.

The lawsuit, filed by the Euphoric Gentleman’s Club, alleged that Blueface’s involvement in the shooting caused substantial harm to their business. The court has now granted summary judgment in favor of the club, demanding Blueface to compensate them with $13,072,482.

The considerable sum is broken down into various categories, including $12.6 million in lost revenue, lease damages amounting to $198,000, and $84,000 to cover payroll expenses for employees during the club’s shutdown in November 2022, among other costs.

Blueface had previously received a suspended sentence in the criminal case related to the shooting, resulting in a probation period of three years. This means he will avoid serving jail time if he maintains a clean record during this period.

It remains uncertain whether Blueface intends to appeal this ruling, as he did not have legal representation for the civil case, and there is no record of his appearance in court to contest the judgment.

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