A New Jersey man was killed outside the strip club made famous by “The Sopranos” in an attack that saw him get brutally beaten, struck by a car and dragged several hundred feet, cops said.

By Craig McCarthy

A New Jersey man died after being beaten up at a strip club and dumped on a highway where he was struck by a car that dragged him several hundred feet, police say.  

Marko Guberovic, 38, was killed at around 3.40am Saturday after getting into a fight with five other men at Satin Dolls – a club in Lodi made famous as the ‘Bada Bing’ in the HBO series The Sopranos, authorities said. 

On Monday, the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office announced the arrests of Ridgefield Park residents Adrian Hoti, 23; Fero Hoti, 24; Kevin Agudelo, 22; Christian Reyes, 22; and Julia Pena, 23. 

New Jersey man brutally killed outside famed ‘Sopranos’ strip club | New York Post

Each man is facing charges of aggravated manslaughter and endangering an injured victim for their alleged roles in the killing.

Prosecutors said that after the fight, the five suspects left Guberovic ‘incapacitated’ in the left lane of Route 17, before getting in their vehicle to leave. 

Man Killed in Front of Sopranos Bada-Bing Strip Club / New Jersey

A short time later a red 2020 BMW M8 struck Guberovic, dragging him 600 feet, the Daily Voice reported, and killing him.

The driver of the BMW was not identified. 

Guberovic was known online for his love of Nike sneakers and the close relationship he had with his 11-year-old niece, Tessa

It remains unclear what sparked the fight between Guberovic and the men, or if they knew each other before coming to blows.  

On social media, friends and acquaintances remarked on the sudden death of the Fair Lawn resident, who frequently posted about Nike sneakers and the close relationship he had with his 11-year-old niece, Tessa.

The Bada Bing was a frequent hangout for characters in the HBO series The Sopranos

Three of the men — Kevin Agudelo and Christian Reyes, both 22, and Julio Pena, 23 — were arrested in Ridgefield, NJ, Saturday on charges of aggravated manslaughter and endangering an injured victim, authorities said. 

The trio was being held in Bergen County Jail as they await their first appearance in court. 

The two other men — Ardian Hoti, 23, and Fero Hoti, 24 — were picked up in West Hempstead, according to authorities. 

The two brothers were held in Nassau County pending extradition. 

Satin Dolls is better known to Sopranos fans as the Bada Bing strip club in the hit HBO series. 

Located in Lodi, the topless dancer venue is owned by the character Silvio Dante, and often frequented by the show’s regulars. 

Its exterior appears in three episodes of the series. 

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