The Future of Las Vegas’ Gay Nightclub Krave: Bankruptcy

The owners of Krave, the 17,000-square-foot club that’s about the only thing Las Vegas’s strip has to offer in the way of gay nightlife, has filed for bankruptcy protection.

That doesn’t mean Sia Amiri and Kelly Murphy’s go-go boy fest is disappearing anytime soon; just that he’d like some extra time paying his bills, given how badly the recession has hit all things Vegas. “The company listed assets of $153,416 against liabilities of $3.5 million — including some $485,000 owed to the Nevada Department of Taxation and Division of Industrial Relations for sales, entertainment and unemployment taxes; and about $601,000 owed to the IRS for payroll taxes,” reports the Las Vegas Sun. “Another $847,000 in back rent is owed to landlord IRALP Inc., the bankruptcy filing says.”

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