Pink Pony Taking Its Case to Georgia’s Supreme Court

Hoping to stay in business, Brookhaven’s Pink Pony is taking its case to the Georgia Supreme Court.

Last Friday, the popular Buford Highway strip club filed an appeal to the December 23 order that dismissed their lawsuit against the city of Brookhaven.

One of the new city council’s first laws was an ordinance prohibiting alcohol service at adult-oriented establishments. The club filed a lawsuit challenging the ordinance back in May.

Two days before Christmas, DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Courtney Johnson issued a 33-page order 23 granting Brookhaven’s motion to dismiss all 15 counts in Pink Pony’s 36-page complaint.