Stripper's Manager Shot, Killed After Customers Complain

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. -- Crime scene technicians were at an east Orange County home Wednesday morning where a stripper's manager was shot and killed. The incident happened in the Harbor East subdivision.

Early Wednesday morning, Orange County sheriff's investigators were hammering and chiseling away inside the crime scene at the Orange County home after a party didn't end the way it was supposed to. Deputies were questioning people at the party to find out exactly what happened.

Investigators said the three people inside the house, two men and a woman, hired an exotic dancer. They weren't happy with her and, when they realized she wasn't the one they hired, they called her manager to complain.

The 25-year-old dancer returned to the house and got into a fight, but the fight got out of control. Several shots were fired and the stripper's boss was hit multiple times. He later died at a Winter Park hospital.

"There's still somewhat of an unusual case and there's still much to be learned about what happened inside," said Jim Solomons of the Orange County Sheriff's Office.

Investigators were trying to figure out if the shooting was a case of self-defense. The State Attorney's Office could file charges Wednesday afternoon.