Houston Journalist’s Double Life as a Stripper

Good Morning America, via Yahoo! News:

As a journalist who covers high society for the Houston Chronicle, Sarah Tressler mingled with well-heeled crowds at charity luncheons and galas, surrounded by ladies in feather fascinators and a crowd that preferred caviar to crawfish.

By night, the journalist was working in a world of 6-inch heels, all you can eat buffets and stripper poles.

“I worked from 1:30 to 11:30 last Thursday, which is long enough to hang out with some friends, make some new contacts, eat lunch and pull down about $750,” she wrote on her blog, Angry Stripper.

Tressler, 29, who has been moonlighting as a dancer “on and off” since 2004, was revealed to be a stripper after the Houston Press discovered her blog, where she posted under the author name sarahtress and shared pictures of herself in a “Slutty Claus” outfit.

The rest here.

Update: It looks like she’s no longer leading a double life and is just a stripper now. Why does the Houston Chronicle hate women?

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