The Houston Strip Club has denied any involvement in Felicia Johnson’s disappearance

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Felicia Johnson’s father, a Houston strip attorney, has denied allegations that he applied for a job at the club on the night of his disappearance.

Kevin Johnson says his daughter went missing a few days after a trip from California to Houston on April 13 to apply for a job at the Cover Girls Gentlemen’s Club.

However, Cover Girls attorney Casey Wallace said there was no evidence that Felicia applied for the job that night.

He said the club staff did not think they saw him there the night he worked.

“She has the paperwork to fill it out … what we call a dancer packet that is full of information, and they sign it, they do it and they go to work. But it didn’t happen to Mrs. Johnson. She didn’t. Fill in any paperwork, “Wallace KHOU 11 said.

Wallace confirmed he had seen the club’s surveillance video, but did not see him in the footage.

“I can’t say for sure if he was or wasn’t at that club,” Wallace told KHOU 11.

Felicia, who also used the name Felivia Marie, celebrated her 24th birthday in Houston before disappearing. He was last seen taking a ride from a man after Uber was late.

Family members traveled to Houston to conduct their own search for Felicia. Family members found his bloody cell phone on Eldridge Parkway near Bear Creek Park, KHOU-11 Report.

Community activist Quanell X assisted the Felicia family in their search.

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Kevin Johnson (left) held a rally outside Houston City Hall on Thursday to raise awareness about his daughter’s disappearance. He criticized the Houston Police Department for its lack of transparency in the investigation.

“I have a lot of questions and no answers and it’s been two weeks,” he said. “It’s beyond deception … It’s unreal. It’s unreal. I’m numb now.”

Kevin said he had not yet seen the surveillance video that police received from the nightclub.

“I believe the footage from Cover Girls will probably answer our question about Felicia’s whereabouts and confirm her identity,” Kevin said.

Houston police say they have withheld evidence to protect the integrity of the case, KHOU-11 Report. The FBI is assisting the local police in the investigation.

Crime Stoppers is offering a 5,000 reward for information leading to Felicia’s location She has been described as 5’4 and 150 pounds with rose and butterfly tattoos.

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