Dublin landlord tells of relief as nightclub tenant boss leaves property after ‘Blasphemy club’ legal battle
- 7:15, 26 Jul 2021
A LANDLORD has told of his “relief” after revealing a positive climax to the ‘Blasphemy club’ legal battle.
Liam Grant launched court proceedings against tenant Hilda Conway over the kinky fetish joint storm.
Grant alleged the convent-educated businesswoman permitted a basement she rented be used as a lap-dancing bar, strip club and sadomasochistic club.
A court heard cops found a man tied to a crucifix having his bare buttocks whipped during a so-called Blasphemy event at the premises at 127 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.
Landlord Liam pushed for the Circuit Civil Court to grant an order that pensioner Conway lose her tenancy on grounds she breached legal undertakings and agreements.
Conway, who denied running the activities, failed in a bid to get the Dublin County Registrar to join third parties to court proceedings against her despite her contention they had been responsible for alleged breaches of covenant over how they operated the licensed nightclub.
‘I’M SO RELIEVED’
Following a legal row, we can reveal the matter has recently been settled – with Conway agreeing to vacate the building.
In an exclusive interview with the Irish Sun last night, Liam told us he was feeling spank-ful and wanted to put the bum whip club saga behind him.
He said: “I’m so relieved. She has agreed to vacate the building, she has given up the tenancy. It was a horrible experience, it truly was.
“She was the tenant and the tenancy agreement said she had to operate the basement as a restaurant and a nightclub. But we discovered there was lap-dancing going on and it escalated from there.
“So we issued proceedings to have her evicted. After that we discovered sadomasochism. It went on for a long time, it was awful to deal with.
“Thankfully it has now been settled reasonably amicably and she has agreed to vacate the building. The nightmare is over now.”
CASE STRUCK OUT
Forensic accountant and landlord Grant had asked the Circuit Civil Court to direct that Conway forfeit her tenancy of a basement nightclub at 127 Lower Baggot Street.
During the legal battle, Grant, of Greenmount House, Harold’s Cross, Dublin, referred in a sworn affidavit to “breaches of the utmost seriousness” against Conway.
He told the court Conway, of Claremont Road, Sandymount, Dublin, and her brother, Frank, had been aware since 2017 the business had been operating as a strip club.
Grant said in October 2019 during a so-called Blasphemy event, Garda Inspector Martin Mooney found a man tied to a large crucifix having his naked bum whipped.
The Irish Sun can reveal the court battle has finally been settled and struck out.
When approached by the Irish Sun this week, Conway — sporting a diamond-encrusted crucifix — refused to discuss the case and shut the door on our reporter.
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