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Apparently, Peter

Apparently, Peter Stringfellow&#39s current squeeze is none other than a former TMB employee, Lucy Carr, who took the career move from banking to lapdancing a few years ago.

Lucy&#39s website tells us: “After working for a bank for four years, I craved a bit more excitement from life.” How can this be?

The move seems to have paid off, however. Carr has since had a top 10 single with Missing You and enjoys the affections of the mahogany-skinned love god to this day. But Carr has not forgotten TMB, apparently giving a number of former colleagues VIP entry into Stringfellows on one occasion.

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