What Happened to the Chippendales Owners? Inside the Murder-for-Hire Plot

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Garriola told ABC that on April 7, 1987, Colon and Rivera Lopez traveled from L.A. to the New York Chippendales location. There, Rivera Lopez fatally shot De Noia in his office and fled the scene before cops arrived.

For years, Bannerjee wasn’t even a suspect in the shooting. Former Chippendales dancer Read Scot told ABC that Bannerjee even got the touring rights back from the De Noja family.

But in 1991, the FBI got a call from an informant known as “Strawberry,” who said that he was hired by Colon to kill dancers from a male exotic dance troupe called Adonis.

Source: https://www.distractify.com/p/what-happened-to-the-chippendales-owners