From a 2001 Time magazine article about the infamous Atlanta strip club, The Gold Club:
Two athletes challenge the veracity of Ziggy’s testimony. Ziggy told the jury that in 1997, the Indiana Pacers stayed at the Swissotel in Atlanta. He says he and Kaplan took three entertainers — Yolanda, Kat, and Nikko — to the hotel. At Kaplan’s direction, Ziggy knocked on doors and asked players if they wanted the women to come in. Mark Jackson said, “No, thank you. I’m married,” Ziggy recalls. But he claims Reggie Miller took Nikko into his room and Antonio Davis requested two women. Both Miller and Davis deny this. A team spokesman says the team didn’t even stay at Swissotel in 1997, but a Swissotel spokeswoman found no hotel records to support either claim. “No one really seems to know,” the hotel spokeswoman says.
Antonio Davis, now a forward on the Toronto Raptors, does not deny that he once went to the Gold Club. But it was too loud, too dark and too packed. He says he left. “All these allegations are false. I love my wife dearly and it’s very hurtful for her,” Davis told TIME. “I’ve understood kids are looking up to me.” When the father of six-year-old twins heard the allegations, he called his mother, mother-in-law and his lawyer, then, on Wednesday, filed a $50 million lawsuit against Cicignano. Still, he worries that his name will be tarnished.
Okay, okay so Kim allegedly worked at the Cheetah , not the Gold Club. Word on the street is her stripper name was Barbi, not Kat. But am I the only one that remembers when Kim spelled cat K-A-T?
Coincidence? Probably, but still fun to talk about.