The state Gaming Control Board has filed a five-count complaint against Steve Wynn alleging sexual harassment of several female employees and violating state licensing suitability regulations.
Executives at the company “mentally abuse” the therapist, who said she was forced to perform sex acts on Steve Wynn from 2012 to 2016
Complaint alleges Little A’Le’Inn owner and Alienstock organizer Connie West spent over $100,000 to hold the event occurring Sept. 19-22 in Rachel.
Smokey Robinson is back at Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas on Friday and Saturday nights. At age 79, Robinson still finds joy in performing his hits for a live audience.
Callister Law Group in Las Vegas sent the letter Thursday to Little A’Le’Inn owner Connie West on behalf of Matty Roberts, who this week abandoned his affiliation with the event in Rachel.
Matty Roberts alerted Connie West, owner of the Little A’ Le’ Inn, where Alienstock is taking place, that he was no longer going to be part of the festival just 11 days before it is slated to begin.
“It’s exponentially crazier than it’s ever been, and I have a crazy life,” says Connie West, co-owner of the Little A’Le’Inn.
Wynn Resorts Chairman Phil Satre says the company is returning to normal, but there’s still interest in a CEO coach for Matt Maddox and contact with Steve Wynn.
When the Massachusetts Gaming Commission ordered an independent monitor to oversee Wynn Resorts issues, it didn’t consider that the problem may already have been solved.