Casino Host Makes Off With High Roller List

Casino in Caesar's Palace - Las Vegas

VIP Host Caught Stealing High Roller List.

A federal lawsuit has been filed against a former VIP host at Maryland Live Casino who allegedly stole a confidential list of high rollers, in an effort to lure them to the Horseshoe Casino. Helena Wong worked as a host at Maryland Live before taking a job at Horseshoe Casino. On August 20th Wong sent an email to over 1,000 High rolling Maryland Live customers that landed her in some serious legal trouble. Wong was was in violation of company policy and allegedly abused her access as a VIP host at Maryland Live Casino.

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Sparkling Water Bubbles Up Controversy

Blue Sparkles from a water ball from Maui Toys

Bubbly Bad Time!

Elizabeth Daly, a student at the University of Virginia says she fled in terror when several undercover officers aggressively swarmed her vehicle after leaving a local supermarket. The officers thought she had illegally purchased beer which they later found out was sparkling water they had mistaken for beer. Ms. Daly was in her car with several friends when plainclothes agents surrounded the vehicle and began banging on the windows ordering her to roll the windows down. After one of the agents drew his gun and another jumped on the hood of the car, Elizabeth said she panicked and was unsure if the officers were indeed law enforcement agents. Ms. Daly panicked and fled the scene in complete fear, grazing two of the agents.
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Six Flags Off Track Adventure

Roller Coaster "Python" Theme Park Efteling - The Netherlands

Crash Course Ahead!

A lawsuit has been filed against Six Flags after a roller coaster accident resulted in head injuries for 2 riders. The accident occurred on July 7th when one of the carts on the coaster partially derailed. The roller coaster accident occurred when a tree branch fell on the track, hitting the first car and causing the cart to derail. According to NBC Los Angeles, 22 riders were left suspended for several hours and four people were later treated for injuries.

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Karl Lagerfeld Rips Off New Balance

Monsieur Karl Lagerfeld franchit la grille de l'Observatoire

Karl has no comment

Karl Lagerfeld has landed himself in hot water by overstepping fashion boundaries according to New Balance. The athletic brand is filing a lawsuit against the fashion designer, claiming that he has ripped off the brands trademark trainer logo. Legal documents filed against the designer state that the use of the letter K logo appearing on the side of the sneaker is too similar to the New Balance Signature N. New Balance states that this may cause unwelcome confusion among their customers. A key difference between the similarly styled kicks is that the new balance retail for $112 while Lagerfeld’s version will cost you $360.

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Actress Sues Law Firm For Misusing Local Television Ad

NYC- New York County Supreme Courthouse

Law firm finds themselves on the receiving end of a law suit

Actress Elena Aroaz is suing the producers of a commercial she was in for breach of contract. Aroaz portrayed a victim in a wrongful injury case for the Levinson Trachtenberg Group’s tongue-in-cheek commercial. The ad took off and the rights were sold to multiple law firms across the U.S without approval from the actress. The suit was filed by Aroaz in Manhattan Supreme Court and alleges that Levinson Trachtenberg Group paid her $600 in 2009 to appear in a 30 second advertisement that was only supposed to air on local television for a year.

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