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.”
Steve Wynn sued attorney Lisa Bloom and her law firm for defamation on Thursday, calling accusations that he leered at female performers false, an effort to pressure him into paying money and further stating he was legally blind at the time.
A worker helping build the Boston area’s new casino has died.
A jury will be able to hear about Steve Wynn’s 2005 settlement with a female employee and unauthorized gambling activities by executives, a Nevada judge ruled Wednesday.
The Chinese gaming operator will stave off other potential unsolicited suitors while giving the company a key local ally in talks with Macau regulators.
Friday’s headlines: Steve Wynn sells all of his shares of Wynn Resorts, Reno businessman plans $100M investment to revitalize SLS, Clark County School Board OKs settlement and Kevin Child vows to sue
Steve Wynn, who settled with two former female employees who accused him of sexual misconduct, skipped his own company’s mandatory sexual harassment awareness training, court testimony shows.
Lawyers for Elaine Wynn told a Nevada judge on Friday there is a “second settlement” involving Steve Wynn during a bitter hearing in which the judge advised both sides to act like adults.