Nevada Regulators Say Wynn Can Face Sanctions; Appeal Coming
Nevada gambling regulators declared Thursday they have jurisdiction to discipline former Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn over allegations of workplace sexual misconduct.
Wynn's lawyer made it clear that won't happen soon.
He says he'll appeal a state Gaming Commission finding that it has authority to fine Wynn up to $500,000 and declare him unsuitable for a gambling license. Wynn is 77 and lives in Florida.
He denies all allegations against him.
His attorney told the commission Wynn has no intention to renew ties with the casino industry and its decision will be appealed to the Nevada Supreme Court.