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Myrtle Manor gets extension on kiosk and hair salon despite cast members' law trouble

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MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. -

The City of Myrtle Beach didn't seem too fazed by the recent arrests of 3 individual cast members of the reality show "Welcome to Myrtle Manor."

 Photos: Meet the folks of Myrtle Manor and see what they are selling! (40 photos)

The city council voted on Tuesday to let "Myrtle Manor" continue to sell t-shirts and other merchandise at the mobile home park off Highway 15.

The city council extended the special events permit that allows the sales of souvenirs from inside Patrick's Mobile Home Park. Sales began in late April.

In addition, the agreement allows the hair salon featured in show called Tangulls to operate within the park for another 90 days.

Within a few days in April, 2 women from Myrtle Manor were charged with DUI and a man on the show was charged in connection with an alleged sex assault.

So far, the show has been renewed for a second season.

When the souvenir shop opened around April 23 sales were brisk.

Mobile home park owner Cecil Patrick says they sold several thousand t-shirts in first three weeks at the kiosk. If you can't make it out to the park to go to the store, Myrtle Manor is also selling merchandise online.

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