A Harker Heights night club could face some major fines, after some serious allegations from a disabled vet.
The retired serviceman said a security guard threatened he and his service dog when they tried to enter the night club.
This is a former Fort Hood soldier who is also a 15-year combat veteran and Purple Heart recipient.
This happened back in February when Jason Dameron tried to go into Wild Country Night Club with his service dog, Isabel.
That's when he said he was stopped at the door and not allowed in.
Dameron suffers from several disabilities from serving in the military.
He was awarded Isabel, a four year old Rottweiler, who meets federal and state requirements to assist him daily.
But on that night, he said he wasn't allowed to go in the bar with her.
Denying access in situations like these could be considered "illegal disability discrimination" under the Americans with Disabilities Act, federal and state laws.
Disability Rights Texas has filed a complaint on behalf of Dameron with the US Department of Justice against the club.
"A service dog is just like any other medical device that someone might have. In the fact that the person is able to take it with them, if you wouldn't exclude someone from a wheelchair for coming in because they had that, if they've got a service dog they shouldn't be excluded because it's a dog," said Disability Rights Texas Senior Attorney Denette Vaughn.
As of right now the Department of Justice is overseeing this case.
Our calls and messages to Wild Country have gone unanswered.