FILE - This Aug. 17, 2007 file photo shows the interior of the Satin Dolls strip club, which served as the filming location for the Bada Bing strip club scenes for "The Sopranos," series in Lodi, N.J. The club has been ordered to shut down as authorities investigate alleged real-life crimes. New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino announced that Satin Dolls and another club owned by the same family must stop live entertainment this month and sell their liquor licenses by Jan. 3.
FILE - This Aug. 17, 2007 file photo shows the interior of the Satin Dolls strip club, which served as the filming location for the Bada Bing strip club scenes for "The Sopranos," series in Lodi, N.J. The club has been ordered to shut down as authorities investigate alleged real-life crimes. New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino announced that Satin Dolls and another club owned by the same family must stop live entertainment this month and sell their liquor licenses by Jan. 3. Mike Derer, File AP Photo
FILE - This Aug. 17, 2007 file photo shows the interior of the Satin Dolls strip club, which served as the filming location for the Bada Bing strip club scenes for "The Sopranos," series in Lodi, N.J. The club has been ordered to shut down as authorities investigate alleged real-life crimes. New Jersey Attorney General Christopher Porrino announced that Satin Dolls and another club owned by the same family must stop live entertainment this month and sell their liquor licenses by Jan. 3. Mike Derer, File AP Photo

Bada bing! New Jersey whacks 'Sopranos' strip club

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