MEMPHIS, TN- (WMC-TV) - With a big weekend planned to include the Grizzlies game, Red Birds, and the Sunset Symphony taking place – it is no surprise the owners of Club 152 agreed to re-open under certain conditions.
A judge gave the club owners permission to open the doors Friday afternoon.
"I didn't have any money for my bills or anything," said server Amber Norris who is happy to be back at work.
She, and 100 other Club 152 employees, were temporarily out of work for a week following a raid by the Shelby County District Attorney who shut down then establishment.
Investigators charged former employee Frank Gilmore and two others with selling drugs inside the club following a months long investigation.
Gilmore was advised by his attorney not to talk.
An attorney representing the club said the actions of just a few employees penalized everyone.
Club 152 opened under the conditions set out in a settlement Friday morning.