Oklahoma Red Dog Dancer, Ashley Priola arrested after breaking her employer’s nose with two billiard balls after reacting with rage upon being fired for being too drunk to dance.
An Oklahoma stripper has been accused of breaking her employer’s nose after she threw two billiard balls at the man’s face after being fired after turning up to work drunk.
Pole dancer Ashley Priola, 26, is alleged to have reacted with venom after she was sacked for being so drunk she fell while dancing onstage at the Red Dog Saloon during her Tuesday shift according to an incident report obtained by nypost.
Upon being let go, the seething stripper tossed a purple striped No. 12 and the cue ball at her manager, Hollie Jones, before being arrested.
Prior to being apprehended our collective hero fled the club, which is billed as Oklahoma City’s ‘best in adult entertainment,’ where she found at a nearby convenience store, police said in the report.
‘After being permitted to attempt to work by dancing on stage, Priola fell down twice,’ the incident report notes. ‘Jones fired Priola for coming to work intoxicated. Priola grabbed a nearby billiard ball and threw it at Jones, striking her in the face on the bridge of her nose.’
A responding officer found Jones with ‘significant swelling’ to her face and cuts on her nose and right eye. Her tank top was also splattered with blood but she refused to be taken to a hospital, police said.
Yes kids it was that kind of evening. But there’s more.
Ashley Priola Oklahoma stripper amazing drunk adventure continues:
While riding in a cop car, Priola went berserk and offered ‘all of her money’ to an officer in exchange for taking her home instead of to jail —before trying to bust out a window of the ride KOKH FOX 25 reported.
‘When I refused and told her I was transporting her to jail, she began screaming incoherently and banging her head on the window of my car,’ the officer states in the incident report. ‘When I arrived in the sally port of the jail, Priola was attempting to kick out the window on my scout car.’
The lining of the door was loosened, but Priola did not significantly damage the officer’s vehicle, police said.
Police recovered the billiard balls inside the strip club as evidence, including one that was found next to a corn hole board near the bar’s main stage.
Priola, who was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery, was no longer listed as in custody at the jail as of early Friday. Attempts to reach her were unsuccessful.
It remained unclear whether the stripper remained employed by the nightlife venue….