In his strip club anthem, “Bandz a Make Her Dance,” “ratchet rap” veteran, Juicy J, spits, “One monkey won’t stop the show,” after notifying listeners that if a woman won’t have sex with him or his crew, she’ll be asked to leave the premises. It’s a good rule of thumb in any situation where keeping it moving is vital. However, usually, your child will stop the show. This wasn’t the case for 29-year-old Florida stripper, Bobbey Jo Boucher. The Smoking Gun reports that she is facing misdemeanor charges for obstruction for a Wednesday incident involving her 10-year-old daughter where she exhibited extreme parental neglect.
Boucher took her daughter to a cookout before her she had to hit the stage of Calendar Girls strip club. A Wednesday afternoon isn’t the most opportune time slot of a stripper, but the money called, she bounced from the cookout without her daughter. The child’s grandmother grew concerned after she didn’t come home for hours. She called the police to report the child missing. Deputies representing the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office contacted Boucher at Calendar Girls by phone. This call was not as important to her as the aforementioned “money call” surprisingly. While some parents might go into hysterics if police contacts them saying that their child was missing, Boucher was focused on whatever paper is available in the strip club on a Wednesday afternoon. She reportedly told police, “I have to get on stage,” then hung up on them.
Boucher claims that she didn’t bang on the cops, but instead “transferred to another caller who was calling her.” That excuse didn’t fly with police. Her daughter was located safe and sound around 9 PM that night, but Boucher didn’t see her because she’d been booked into the Pasco County jail on misdemeanor obstruction charges. The stripper was released after posting $663 bond.