Eruption owners say they want to sue the ComPol
The owners of Eruption nightclub have indicated to Love News that gears are in motion to file a lawsuit against the Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, for what they say are false allegations. In a letter sent to our newsroom, the owner, Hector Choj, says, quote, “The Police Commissioner was reported to have said, “We all know that the owner or someone related to the owner of that nightclub had been convicted for human trafficking and as security personnel we cannot associate ourselves with such people”. End of quote. Choj says he categorically denies that he has ever been charged or convicted for any human trafficking offense. The letter goes on to say that Williams, quote, “has acted irresponsible and reckless, and in the process, has not only caused damage to the reputation of Eruption Nightclub but also to the owner and his family.…..the careless and seemingly malicious statement by the Commissioner that his police are barred from providing security to Eruption is exposing our business and its staff to criminal elements.” End of quote. The letter ends by saying that the Commissioner has a duty to provide paid short-term security to Eruption, which like all nightclub and entertainment establishments is entitled to such service without any discrimination. Notably, while the owners have indicated to our newsroom that they will be filing a lawsuit against the ComPol, the letter only states that they are seeking legal advice. Our newsroom understands that Choj is being represented by attorney, Richard “Dickie” Bradley.