That change was intended to make it legal for Pink Pony to operate through the end of its six-year agreement with the city. But other adult-oriented businesses will be allowed to apply for liquor licenses as a result.
Pink Pony executive Dennis Williams did not immediately respond to a text or email to discuss the bankruptcy filing. It is not clear how much the recent changes in Brookhaven affected the club’s bottom line.
However, during a City Council meeting last month he said Pink Pony was struggling.
“My hours have taken a beaten,” Williams, the executive vice president and chief financial officer, told council members. “We’ve become a victim, and I’m having some financial hardships.”