New York nursing home sued over strip show - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

New York nursing home sued over strip show

Bernice Youngblood is seen in this photo stuffing dollar bills into a stripper's tight shorts. She said she was forced to   get a lap dance at a nursing home in West Babylon, New York. (Source: CNN/WCBS) Bernice Youngblood is seen in this photo stuffing dollar bills into a stripper's tight shorts. She said she was forced to get a lap dance at a nursing home in West Babylon, New York. (Source: CNN/WCBS)
West Babylon, N.Y. -

A New York nursing home is at the center of a lawsuit over strippers.

On Tuesday, the family of Bernice Youngblood filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit claiming the 86-year-old suffered severe emotional distress after watching a strip show at the nursing home in 2012.

The nursing home, located in West Babylon, claimed the show was approved and paid for by the residents.

Youngblood said she was "shaking" and "felt terrible" during the show.

The Youngblood family found out about the show last year when they discovered a photo of Bernice stuffing dollar bills into a stripper's shorts.

Copyright 2014 KPLC. CNN and WCBS contributed to this report.

 

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