Tenjune

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Coordinates: 40°44′24″N 74°00′27″W / 40.739966°N 74.007372°W / 40.739966; -74.007372

Tenjune is a nightclub in New York City's Meatpacking District, located on Little West 12th Street in Manhattan. The music played in the club ranges from hip-hop to techno.

The club began receiving media attention in February 2007 due to its celebrity clientele,[citation needed] but it came under public pressure in August 2010 when it was revealed that it had allowed the 17-year-old daughter of Eric G. John, the U.S Ambassador to Thailand, to enter and drink at the club; later that night, the girl died in a fall from the 22nd floor of a midtown apartment building.[1]

References[edit]

Notes
  1. ^ Gendar, Alison; Lemire, Jonathan; Deutsch, Kevin and Schapiro, Rich. "Nicole John, daughter of US ambassador to Thailand Eric John, posts, 'All a blur,' before plunge" New York Daily News (August 27, 2010)


External links[edit]

Official website