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Club Says Death Threats Made After Shootings

LAS VEGAS, Nevada - The Las Vegas strip club where 3 people were shot after the NBA All-Star game has reportedly received multiple death threats.

Three people were shot after a fight broke out at club Minxx last Sunday night - allegedly sparked by Adam "Pacman" Jones throwing money into the air.

Club co-owner Robert Susnar says the general manager received four threatening phone calls telling him to leave Pacman alone.

One of those phone calls came just two days after the shooting - the caller threatening the manager's life.

Pacman has not been charged in connection with the shooting - nor has he been named a suspect.

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