Former Owner Of Dodge County Strip Club Sentenced To Prison On Federal Prostitution Charges

(Lebanon) The former owner and co-operator of a Dodge County strip club was sentenced to over a year in prison on federal prostitution charges.

Radomir Buzdum pled guilty to charges that he conspired to commit interstate commerce to promote and manage unlawful prostitution offenses at the strip club in Lebanon, which was at one time named TNT and later Wild Rose. The 62-year-old was also found guilty of filing false tax returns.

Timothy Miller of Watertown, who co-operated the establishment with Buzdum and was charged alongside him, pled guilty in August on a similar prostitution conspiracy charge and will be sentenced on November 9th.

The indictment detailed that Buzdum made areas of the club available for unlawful prostitution activity as a way to generate revenue. It also charged that the former Watertown man underreported gross receipts and income from the business. Buzdum was also ordered to pay back over $171-thousand-dollars to the IRS and was placed on extended supervision for two years.

In 2020, Christopher Childs of Hartford was sentenced to 27 years in prison for forcing dancers at the Lebanon club to perform sexual acts for money that went entirely to him.