The Latest: Trump group cancels golf event with strippers

FILE - This June 2, 2017 file frame from video shows the Trump National Doral in Doral, Fla. President Donald Trump’s golf resort near Miami is hostin...

FILE - This June 2, 2017 file frame from video shows the Trump National Doral in Doral, Fla. President Donald Trump’s golf resort near Miami is hostin...

MIAMI (AP) — The Latest on a golf tournament with strippers as caddies that was scheduled at President Donald Trump's golf resort near Miami (all times local):

8:10 p.m.

President Donald Trump's company has canceled a golf tournament with strippers serving as caddies that was to be held at Trump's golf resort near Miami.

The Washington Post reports Wednesday that the Trump Organization issued a statement saying the event would no longer take place because Miami All Stars, a children's charity that was to benefit from it, had pulled out. The statement said "all amounts paid will be refunded."

The Shadow All Star Tournament was organized by a Hialeah strip club, Shadow Cabaret. The club had advertised on Facebook and its website that the event would be held Saturday at Trump National Doral.

The tournament offered golfers a choice of dancers to be their "caddy girl."

Miami All Stars director, Carlos Alamilla, told The Associated Press that he withdrew Wednesday because he wasn't aware a strip club was involved.

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3 p.m.

President Donald Trump's golf resort near Miami is hosting a tournament where strippers will serve as caddies.

The Shadow All Star Tournament is organized by a Hialeah strip club, Shadow Cabaret. The strip club is advertising on Facebook and its website that the event will be held Saturday at Trump National Doral.

The tournament offers golfers a choice of dancers to be their "caddy girl."

Shadow Cabaret's marketing director Emanuele Mancuso tells the Washington Post that there will be no nudity at the resort. After the tournament, golfers and dancers will proceed to a different venue for a burlesque show.

A Trump Organization statement to the Washington Post says funds raised by the tournament are for a Miami children's charity.