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Cumberland Group Home Accused Of Allowing Resident To Work At Strip Club

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — State regulators say employees at a Cumberland County group home allowed a mentally ill resident to work as a bouncer at a strip club.

The state has told the group home to stop accepting clients and said it intends to revoke the home's license.

The home is operated by Residential Alternative Living Management of Fayetteville.

According to a written statement from the company owner, the resident was allowed to select an activity in which to participate two times a week. That statement said the resident's case manager approved him going to a nightclub of his choice.

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