Latitude 360 gets warning from Indiana Department of Revenue

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A popular entertainment business in the Castleton area appears to be in hot water with the state and may owe more than $3 million in rent.

Warning signs have been posted on the doors of Latitude 360 from the Indiana Department of Revenue. State officials say they post the warnings when they aren't able to collect business taxes and revoke the retail merchant certificate.

Eyewitness News has also uncovered a federal lawsuit saying Latitude 360 owes the property owner millions of dollars in back rent. According to WJAX in Jacksonville, Florida, a Latitude 360 business there is also being sued for owing millions in unpaid rent.

Related:

December 2014: Lawsuit claims Jacksonville Latitude 360 didn't pay employees
October 2015 – Latitude 360 sued by landlord

Update:

Since posting our story, we've heard from several customers who say they've been unable to reach anyone at Latitude 360, and they report problems with their membership purchases before this week's news.

One viewer told WTHR that she's been unable to contact Latitude 360's management since last week. She said the business' corporate office doesn't pick up the phone and there's no way to leave a message. She also said her family purchased a "Black Card" membership earlier this year and wanted to use comedy tickets that are included in the membership - but Latitude 360 posted a message on their website saying all comedy shows were canceled for corporate events in November and December. 

Dec. 2 update: 

Latitude 360 and some customers confirm that it has since reopened.