Former Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn has filed a defamation lawsuit against The Associated Press and others for what his attorneys described as “false accusations of rape.”
The situation surrounding 809 Palmhurst Drive in the western Las Vegas Valley shows that anyone can file papers with Clark County to take ownership of a house, and the havoc this can cause.
Spencer Gifts is invoking the U.S. Constitution so it can continue selling sex toys in Sin City malls.
Another massage therapist lodged a civil complaint against Steve Wynn and his former company’s board on Thursday, just one day after another massuese made similar allegations of sexual harassment.
A former massage therapist filed a civil lawsuit Wednesday against disgraced and departed casino mogul Steve Wynn, alleging that he frequently used “his immense power to coerce (her) to perform sexual favors.”
A judge on Tuesday threw out a Czech casino owner’s counterclaims against the Aria and an Australian poker player over a multi-million dollar poker game. Lawyers for Leon Tsoukernik had alleged that he lost $3 million to a professional poker player because the casino plied him with alcohol.
Lawyers for Elaine Wynn on Tuesday told a judge that claims that she sought to destroy her ex-husband’s business are “outrageous” and “false.”
The investor filed a shareholder derivative lawsuit against Steve Wynn and the company’s board of directors for allegedly “disregarding a sustained pattern of sexual harassment and egregious misconduct” by the ex-CEO.
A Las Vegas judge has reversed an earlier ruling that prevented Steve Wynn’s former business partner from making legal claims against the Wynn Resorts board of directors.
This week’s long-awaited U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments on Christie v. the NCAA that could influence whether sports wagering will be legalized nationwide could also play a role in another issue at the forefront of the gaming industry — the presence of marijuana in casino resorts.