Strip Club’s FB Page Flooded W/ Angry Comments For Publicly Ignoring Death

Dreams Gentlemen Club has been inundated with angry messages after news broke yesterday that a British dancer’s body was left inside the Melbourne strip club for up to 12 hours before the authorities were alerted.

Stacey Tierney, 29, from Manchester, was found dead inside the strip club on the Monday before Christmas (December 23) last year, but news only broke after her family in the UK had been informed this past Monday.

It’s believed she’d been partying with several unidentified men in the club – which is closed on Sundays and Mondays – the night before.

Since news broke of Tierney’s death, Dreams’ Facebook page has been flooded by angry comments.

“Putting your reputation and appearance over the value of that young woman’s life?” wrote Eleanor Norma. “I’m disgusted that you haven’t even acknowledged what has happened, shame on you.”

“Stop deleting people’s posts RE: the death of Stacey Tierney,” wrote Mao Bedford. “Your establishment has so far made zero public acknowledgement of the fact that this has even happened. This is a beyond shameful and beyond disrespectful way for you to be responding.”

“Shame on you all – carrying on like nothing has happened,” wrote Lorraine Smith-Ngamoki. “Rest in peace beautiful lady.”

The club has yet to make a public statement about Tierney’s death, despite repeated requests (including from PEDESTRIAN.TV) to do so. However, it has updated its Facebook page once since news broke, to advertise its ‘Sexy Poker Tuesdays’.

Despite News Corp reports this morning that the homicide squad had joined the investigation, a spokesperson for Victoria Police confirmed to P.TV that the investigation is still being carried out by the crime squad.

Detectives are waiting for toxicology reports to determine the cause of death, which could take to six weeks from when Tierney’s body was found.

Photos: Facebook.