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DeSantis Revokes Hotel’s Liquor License For ‘Lewd’ Show Featuring Minors

DeSantis Revokes Hotel’s Liquor License For ‘Lewd’ Show Featuring Minors

( – The DeSantis administration revoked the liquor license of a prominent Miami hotel after it held a drag queen concert with a Christmas theme in December with children present despite warnings.

According to a statement from Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office, the Hyatt Regency Miami was forewarned by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation not to organize a “sexually graphic entertainment with children present.” However, the hotel did.

“Thus, the Department is cancelling the Venue’s license for the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages,” the statement continues. “Children should not be exposed to sexually explicit material, and doing so is against Florida law. Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis, defends kids’ innocence in the classroom and throughout the state.”

According to a Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation complaint, performers ” simulate masturbation.”

They had “graphic depictions of childbirth and/or abortion” while showing off their artificial breasts and genitalia, rubbing their fake female breasts on audience members’ faces and mouths, purposefully exposing their rears, and more.

According to the lawsuit, “A Drag Queen Christmas” was held in late December. The hotel initially advertised it using Christmas-themed materials with the wording “all ages welcome” but no warning of sexually explicit content.

The promotional materials were updated to include a disclaimer that the show was “recommended for audiences 18+” after the venue was cautioned against having children attend the event.

However, according to the complaint, the admission policies still permitted children to attend if accompanied by an adult.

The complaint claims that, as a result, children attended and were intentionally allowed.

“Performers performed on stage during the Show and in the presence of persons under the age of sixteen wearing sexually suggestive clothes and prosthetic female genitalia.”

The department also stated that movies of “exposed female breasts with less than a fully opaque covering, portrayals of simulated masturbation, and other sexually explicit information” were shown on the screens behind the performers.

The complaint claims that “[P]erverted versions of popular children’s Christmas songs,” including a rendition of “All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth,” were also played at the gathering.

The song’s lyrics, “I’ll sit on his lap, he can put his milk and cookies all between my gap,” were a “portrait of oral fellatio.”

The lyrics “You know Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen Vomit and Stupid and Dildo and D***s-in…” and “Then one soggy Christmas Eve Santa came to say ‘Screwdolph with your nipples so bright won’t you guide my sleigh tonight” was heard by attendees during the remixed song “Screwdolph the Red-Nippled Reindeer,” according to the Florida department.

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The motel was charged with breaking a Florida law in the lawsuit.

According to the complaint,

“exposing genitalia in a lewd or lascivious manner and simulating sexual activity are inconsistent with the prevailing standards in the adult community as a whole with respect to what is suitable material for children under the age of 16.”

It also claims that the hotel broke the law by allowing the performance.

“A Drag Queen Christmas” had been held for the previous seven years, according to the event’s promotional materials attached to the complaint.

On December 28, when the performance was on a nationwide tour, protesters in favor of and against it gathered outside the Orlando venue.

Fox News contacted the Hyatt Regency Miami for comment, but they didn’t answer.

Mother’s responses when asked if they thought it was appropriate for kids. Watch:

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