Charges Officially Filed Against 40/40 Bouncers
Two men who were savagely beaten inside of Jay-Z's 40/40 club in Atlantic City have officially filed charges against numerous bouncers.
Monmouth County Attorney Eugene Melody told the Press of Atlantic City that his client's formally filed charges against nine bouncers last night (January 11).
The two men, Leonard Clark, 25 and Tyrell Durant, 26, were savagely beaten by the group of bouncers in the early morning of November 29th.
DJ Zeke took footage of the beating using his cellphone and posted it to YouTube.com.
Clark and Durant have filed a total of 14 charges against the nine bouncers. The nine bouncers will be hit with a variety of charges, including assault and indictable assault, for spraying them with a fire extinguisher.
All of the bouncers have been fired from their jobs as a result of the beating administered to the two men.
"We were initially all suspended and then fired for misconduct," said Couri Glen, former supervisor of security for the 40/40 Club's Atlantic City location.