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Court Rules Against Hustler Hollywood After Fight With Chuck E. Cheese

Hustler Hollywood wanted to locate in a space on East 82nd, but residents protested because it would be near a Chuck E. Cheese. 

INDIANAPOLIS -- A federal Appeals Court has ruled against Hustler Hollywood in its lawsuit related to a potential store in Castleton. 

The court ruled that the City of Indianapolis did not violate the First Amendment rights of the store last year, when the city zoned Hustler Hollywood as an "adult oriented business."

Hustler Hollywood sells material aimed at adults in an upscale setting. It wanted to locate in a space on East 82nd, but residents protested because it would be near a Chuck E. Cheese. 

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court decision in its ruling.

(Photo by RTV6.) 

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