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Federal Judge Tossed a Lawsuit and Challenge Casino License of Wynn Resorts

According to the recent news, the federal judge in Massachusetts has released a lawsuit of $3 billion to accuse Wynn Resorts of cheating and getting a casino license of Encore Boston Harbor.

According to the Chief Judge of the US District Court, Patti Saris, the allegations charged on the company, Sterling Suffolk Racecourse, are not considered to be illegal violations under the Federal RICO Act.

Sterling Suffolk is looking for all the alternate options. On the other hand, Wynn refused to make any comment on it. The company is planning to build a Mohegan Sun Casino on the Suffolk Downs Horse Track in Boston.

It is claimed that Wynn Resorts win the license by opting for illegal methods. It is a fraud to get the license unlawfully. According to the reports, methods include political cronyism, kickbacks, and concealing all the allegations against Steve Wynn, the company founder for sexual misconduct.

Massachusetts took a decision. It announced that the company would be fined $35.5 million for not proving the allegations, but, on the other hand, the company is allowed to keep the license.

The CEO of Wynn Resorts, Steve Wynn, resigned from his post and refused all the allegations against him.

Edna Boykin

Edna Boykin started her career as a financial news writer. And, she was withal active in stock trading. From the commencement of her vocation, she is passionate about online poker games. As she likes to play poker and roulette, she knows the casino industry exhaustively. She recently joined Times of Casino as a news writer. She regularly contributes in-depth breaking stories and news updates of the casino industry.

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