On the night Australian golfer Robert Allenby claims he was bashed, robbed and abducted, he racked up a $A4,324 bar tab at a Honolulu strip club, according to reports.
Honolulu detectives continue to investigate what happened to Allenby on the evening of January 16.
Allenby may shed more light on the events of the night when he holds a scheduled press conference on Tuesday in Phoenix, Arizona, the site of the next PGA Tour event.
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The case has been riddled by controversy about what actually happened the night Allenby was assaulted.
On January 20 a homeless woman described how she ‘saved’ Allenby after finding him bloodied on a Honolulu street shortly after the incident.
Allenby thanked the woman, Charade Keane, for her assistance during the incident and handed her $1000.
However earlier that week he criticised Keane for telling a different story to his, while admitting he “had two-and-a-half hours of my life that I don’t remember anything about”.
GolfChannel.com reported on Sunday it had interviewed multiple witnesses and retraced Allenby’s steps after he had dinner with friends at the Amuse Wine Bar in downtown Honolulu.
After Allenby left the bar he went to Club Femme Nu, described as an adult entertainment club wedged between a tattoo parlour and a Korean restaurant, GolfChannel.com reported, citing multiple sources who were working at the premises.
Allenby was there until around midnight with “a group of friends” and ran up a $US3400 bar tab, according to the report.
Allenby suffered facial cuts and bruising and claimed he was hit in the face with a fist or baseball bat and robbed.
A homeless man says Allenby fell and hit his face on a lava rock.
– with AAP