City's Most Outspoken Strippers Go Mute

by BILLY GRAY · April 21, 2010

The masters of exotic dance over at Rick's Cabaret are, for once, being discreet. More than 60 performers refused to give their names to lawyers seeking a class-action suit against the strip club chain. Who will we look to for economic analysis and Oscar pool advice now?

Rick's employees were opinionated on everything from Hollywood awards season...:

“Can you believe Quentin Tarantino was nominated for Best Director? He doesn't even know how to spell!”

...to the Jets playoff season performance...:

"Who needs the Super Bowl? asked Rick's Cabaret Girl Cassandra (36D-24-33). "I know how to make them forget all their troubles."

...to developments in the world of haute couture at nearby Bryant Park...:

"I'd never want to lose my ass just to fit into one of those outfits. Firm butts never go out of style."

...to Tiger Woods' historic Masters comeback:

"Everyone was watching Tiger on the TVs, but after the first minute, all the guys turned away and could care less about golf," said Rick's Cabaret Girl Ruby, a stunning 36DD-25-35 brunette from the New York area. "All of the girls were taking their gowns off and there were boobies everywhere."

A legal rep noted that the attorneys who visited the club made the ladies "more suspicious of lawyers, not less." So prepare for sexed up variations on briefs, pro bono work and billable hours (who knows more about those than strippers, anyway) to make the rounds soon.