The Palms agrees to pay $1 million to settle drug, prostitution charges
11 January 2013
11 Jan. 2013 6:15 p.m.
Two men arriving at the Moon Nightclub last March asked an employee to help them find women willing to have sex with them. Cost wasn't a concern, the customers said. The nightclub host complied. The cost to the Palms Casino Resort will be more than $1 million in fines and fees to the Nevada Gaming Control Board. The men being offered prostitutes and drugs by nightclub hosts, security guards and bottle runners turned out to be undercover officers. The Gaming Control Board today detailed the activity in a 17-count complaint involving Moon, the former Rain and Ghostbar nightclubs, along with ...
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