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This week Nevada's gaming regulators filed a 23 page complaint against former gaming tycoon Steve Wynn, a move that will likely see his gaming license in the Silver State revoked.
The complaint says that Wynn's alleged sexual misconduct, which led to him resigning his executive role and selling off his stake in Wynn Resorts, damaged the betting industry as a whole within Nevada. The report concludes that Wynn is not fit to be associated with the industry as a whole, and requests that the Nevada Gaming Commission fine Wynn and revoke his license.
Wynn Resorts paid a $20 fine to the Commission earlier this year after executives were found to have not adequately investigated sexual assault claims by Wynn. He stands accused of pressuring women into sexual relationships that worked for the company. Wynn denies the allegations.
Under state law, the report and complaint will be served to Wynn personally. He'll have 15 days to respond or face automatic revocation.