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Was there a “Terrorist Attack” at the Bunny Ranch Brothel?

Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof is says that there has been a “terrorist attack” at the Moonlike Bunny Ranch brothel in Mound House Nevada.

He is claiming that a former trucking company employee got behind the wheel of a semi and rammed it right through the front door

Brian Reno, the 40-year-old suspect,  plowed into the Bunny Ranch with the stolen 18-wheeler, wearing full armor.

Brothel owner Dennis Hof told the Association Press that none of the business’s five employees, 30 female prostitutes and 10 customers inside were hurt during the crash, which occurred just after 4 a.m.

In tweets after the incident, Hof said that the women were “fine” and “pouring free cocktails.”

Brandt was a trucker with the company and had been fired in recent months for what was described as inappropriate behavior.

Authorities have not revealed a motive, but News 4 reported that the station received a call from a man who identified himself as Brian Brandt in early May. The man on the call was upset, the TV station reported, and claimed that 20 years ago he had a bad experience at BunnyRanch.

In tweets after the incident, Hof said that the women were “fine” and “pouring free cocktails.”

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