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Police say two people have been charged in the case of a 14-year-old girl who worked for two days at a Lexington strip club last month.
Tina G. Hobbs, 32, was charged Tuesday with third-degree unlawful transaction with a minor. Hobbs' boyfriend Jimmy R. Kiger was arrested Wednesday on the same charge.
Lexington police say the girl worked at the Camelot West club two days before her parents caught her there.
Police say the girl told them Hobbs gave her prescription pills before taking her to the club, which Hobbs denies.
Court records also show Hobbs admitted driving the girl to the club and receiving cash from her after the girl worked there.