NYC gambler accuses Atlantic City casinos of paying off to not report glitches
A man from New York City is filing a lawsuit against several Atlantic City casinos alleging they paid him off to not report internet glitches while gambling online.
Sam Antar says he is a compulsive gambler who gambled $29 million over nine months.
The lawsuit alleges Antar was paid $30,000 a month by the Borgata casino, MGM Resorts International and its online partner Entain, to turn a blind eye to being disconnected every 15 minutes or so while gambling.
Antar says the casinos knew about his gambling habit. He has made several accusations against the casinos including fraud and racketeering.
The companies have declined to comment.