(Reuters) – Steve Wynn, who quiescent in Feb as arch executive of Wynn Resorts Ltd following allegations of passionate misconduct, has filed a insult lawsuit opposite a former worker of a casino company, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday.
The lawsuit, filed final week in Nevada state court, charges that Jorgen Nielsen, a former artistic executive during a Wynn Las Vegas salon, done “false and defamatory” statements to a Wall Street Journal and ABC News, according to a report.
Reuters was not means to strech Nielsen for comment.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Nielsen pronounced he was unknowingly of a lawsuit and had declined to serve comment.
The passionate bungle allegations opposite Wynn flush in a Jan Wall Street Journal article. Nielsen was one of a sources a journal identified by name.
Reuters has not exclusively accurate a allegations opposite Wynn.
Wynn, 76, has denied a accusations as “preposterous.” The billionaire divested himself of his whole 11.8 percent interest in Wynn Resorts in March.