Republican U. Jim Renacci traveled repeatedly aboard a Cleveland strip-club owner's private plane during his run for Ohio governor without properly reporting the costs of those flights, according to an Associated Press review. The AP identified about a dozen instances when Renacci was shuttled to gubernatorial campaign events by businessman Don Ksiezyk without reimbursing him for travel costs.
The mile-high club is slang for the people who have had sexual intercourse on board an aircraft in flight. An alleged explanation for wanting to perform the act is the supposed vibration of the plane. Some say they have fantasies about pilots or flight attendantsor a fetish about planes themselves.
Jim Renacci, a Republican congressman vying for U. Senate in Ohio, has used a strip-club owner's private plane to fly to campaign events, campaign finance records show. Sherrod Brown in November.
Jim Renacci traveled repeatedly aboard a Cleveland strip-club owner's private plane during his run for Ohio governor without properly reporting the costs of those flights. An Associated Press review identified about a dozen instances when Renacci was shuttled to gubernatorial campaign events by businessman Don Ksiezyk without reimbursing him for travel costs. Renacci, who's since dropped his governor bid to run for U.
All I have to say is there's a strip club that's a minute away, never did I see any kind of warning about that as I would never have brought my family of 4 2 kids to this hotel. Don't even let me begin on how dirty the bathroom looked, the tub looked so disgusting, my gosh it was gross. The receptionist at the front desk was pretty rude to us and looked like she did not want to even talk to us at all.
Carlos Alamilla, the director of the Miami All Stars, said his organization was unaware the charity event was run by Shadow Cabaret, a Hialeah strip club, until a Washington Post reporter called him about it. I was never told that the strip club would be involved in this. That response, combined with public reaction to a strip club holding an event at a property owned by the president, caused Alamilla to back out.
Jim Renacci, the Republican Senate candidate, on Friday defended flying in a strip-club owner's private plane to a meeting earlier this week with faith leaders in Scioto County. Flight records show a plane registered to an address shared with the Peek-a-Boo Club in Clevelandwhich is owned by Ksiezyk, flew from the Wooster area to Portsmouth around 3 p. Renacci took the flight the week after the Columbus Dispatch first reported Ksiezyk had flown Renacci to events across the state throughout his campaign in the single-engine, fixed-wing plane.
Renacci, a four-term congressman from Wadsworth, is challenging U. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, in November. Brown, for example, is primarily driven between campaign stops.
Sherrod Brown in November. Records show Ksiezyk flew Renacci to appearances in Cincinnati, Toledo and the western Ohio city of Lima in a plane registered to his now-defunct company, American Nightlife Magazine. One recent flight included a round-trip Tuesday to Warren County, where Renacci was campaigning.