Silk Exotic cuts ties with one of owners amidst federal sex trafficking investigation
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- A Milwaukee strip club has pushed out one of its owners amidst a federal sex trafficking investigation.
The indictment of Christopher Childs last year set in motion events that would lead to Radomir Buzdum's ouster from Silk Exotic.
Childs is charged with sex trafficking, fraud, and coercion.
He's accused of pimping out of TNT Gentlemen's Club in Dodge County which was owned by Buzdum.
Silk Exotic released the following statement,
"As much as anyone, Silk group finds the allegations against Radomir Buzdum and the club he owns in Dodge County disturbing. While the allegations against Mr. Buzdum and his venue do not involve Silk, or any of the Silk properties, Silk group has severed ties with Mr. Buzdum by purchasing all of his ownership shares."
While he hasn't been charged, Buzdum told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that he is under federal investigation.
An affidavit obtained by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel says Buzdum is one of the people who "knew of, facilitated, and profited from Christopher Childs' sex trafficking."