The man accused in connection with the death of the father of a football star at a West Palm Beach strip club is asking for changes to a court order.
Paul Senat says he wants contact with Sugar Daddy's, a club he owns a part of and from which he is being ordered to stay away.
Deputies say Senat was careless when he was moving an AK-47 off a shelf at the club.
The gun accidentally went off and killed Darryl Rudolph who was in an adjacent room making repairs.
Senat is facing a manslaughter charge.
A judge took no action on Senat's request Wednesday.