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The court heard Devaney was wearing small shorts, a low cup top and high heeled sandals when she drove down to meet Mr Woodman.
the money. It was to speak to him and find out some answers.
Devaney told the court how on the club's second night, a Tuesday, one customer spent 42,000 on lap dancing.
But when asked if there had been a kidnap that day, Devaney replied: ''Absolutely not, it is ridiculous.''
''He could have walked away at any time,'' she told the jury.
Devaney, who was paid a commission for recruiting the women, said: ''The girls were told to buy bikinis for the Wednesday night but at no time did Deano or Curtis tell them to put clothes on.
''There were 19 girls all together that were owed money,'' Devaney said. ''I invited all 19 girls to come up there to speak to Curtis about Omega Speedmaster Automatic Panda
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After months of calling both men and receiving ''excuses'', Devaney said she decided to go and visit them in Cheltenham to sort out the outstanding amount.
Devaney replied: ''Most definitely not.''
''vanished'' and she was left dealing with unpaid staff members, including promo girls, lapdancers and waitresses.
But when licencing officers attended on the second night, they found women breaching the licence and the night was turned into a fully nude event.
Mr Woodman claims he was robbed of 60 in cash, his 4,650 Breitling watch and forced to transfer 4,800 to Devaney in the two hour incident.
But Devaney told a jury Mr Woodman had been content for the 60 girls she recruited for the event to lap dance wearing nipple tassels and thongs.
''At that point, he looked very guilty. He said 'I don't want to do this here, I want to take this somewhere else'. Then he got into my car.''
''It was basically just a bunch of angry women with their rolling pins out. We didn't know what was waiting for us in Cheltenham, we were scared.''
She agreed with a witness statement she had made after her arrest, stating Mr Woodman had invented the kidnap to get out of paying the women.
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''Curtis was outside his work place,'' Devaney said. ''I wound my window down and said 'Curtis, we need to talk'.
The court heard Mr Woodman had failed to secure a sexual entertainment licence for the club and had a standard licence instead allowing lap dancing for one night only.
Devaney said one of the girls, Mandy Cool, brought her boyfriend, Robert Morris, 27, and his brother, Alex Morris, 23, for their ''protection''.
The court was told Devaney and lapdancers Mandy Cool, 29, from Southampton, Stephanie Pye, 31, and Rachel Goodchild, 24, also from Southampton, arrived at Mr Woodman's premises at around 4pm with the Omega Speedmaster 57 Broad Arrow brothers.
He insists the women forfeited the cash by stripping off at the Embassy Club, which was against their contracts and the licence causing it to be closed down.
dancing with nipple tassels,'' Devaney said. ''Neither Curtis or Deano Jouni, Mr Woodman's business partner did anything to stop that.''
''Curtis was very happy for Steve to be spending his money.''
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Garry Green, representing Devaney, asked: ''In that attire were you planning to kidnap anyone?''
Devaney said Mr Woodman directed the group round Cheltenham and kept arranging to meet his business partner, who had 30,000 of the money, but he did not show up.
But Devaney said he agreed to transfer the money as part payment for that owed to the women.
She accepted Mr Woodman could have been assaulted by Morris after suggesting that the women had been working as prostitutes.
''Steve was very drunk, he was in the club for approximately six hours,'' Devaney said. ''He had several girls around him and he was spending money on all of them.
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