Back in 2006, T-Pain once told us that it was very much possible to “fall in love with a stripper,” but I’m not sure this is what he had in mind.

According to KHOU Channel 11, a local Houston man is suing an exotic dancer from Treasures Gentleman’s Club for gifts he provided to her.

Robert Wallace, a 32-year-old software developer, insists the relationship he had with exotic dancer Nomi Mims was bigger than private dances and making it rain on her. He gave Mims numerous electronics and a credit card that he continually reloaded, and also let her borrow his movies, including his Harry Potter DVD collection. Allegedly, if their relationship fell apart, Mims was supposed to give it all back.

“We were intimate,” Wallace insists, “and we were building a future together.”

Mims, on the other hand, claims that Wallace was merely a friend and customer, and finds it unfortunate that she may have given him the wrong impression about their relationship.

“I’ve heard of strippers suing customers, but never of customers suing strippers,” said Mims. “It’s the most ridiculous thing I ever heard in my life… I should’ve ended it a long time ago. [There are] No refunds in the strip club. I don’t know how many times I need to tell people that.”

So what have we learned from this, folks? If nothing else, tip your strippers in dollars and keep it strictly in the club. And, for the love of God, don’t let a lapdance seduce you into parting ways with Harry Potter & The Half-Blood Prince movies, much less the Deathly Hallows.