A California businessman has lost his shirt in Harrah’s and Caesar’s casinos now he needs some of that back. He checked his bank receipt and thought it was an error, but nope! The balance said…chump change. He says they “milked” him because he’s known to go in there and get blackout drunk and play too much. But, they contend that he was not treated any specific way and they want him to give up the rest of the money that he owes.
Terrance Watanabe, 52, filed a civil lawsuit and a complaint to the Nevada Gaming Control Board in November. His complaint says they “saw him comin.” That’s the bottom line! He feels like since they knew he was good for coming in showin’ out that they should’ve at some point directed him out! But that’s not what they’re in the business of doing. They, like other establishments, like it when you walk in and take responsibility for your actions. Not someone that insists on coming into their establishment impersonating a grown A man.
But in his defense, it was as though they raised him in their casino. They had a relationship with him. He was there because he had a gambling and alcohol addiction and I guess he thought someone would cut him off at some point like they had at Wynn.
Read here to see the crazy historical timeline that has transpired between this man and the casinos of Las Vegas.