The embattled founder of Wynn Resorts, Steve Wynn, may soon find himself banned from entering the very properties he helped design, should a proposal from Wynn Resorts come to fruition, according to reports.
In a brief delivered to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission last week, Wynn Resorts proposed that the billionaire be banned from all Wynn Resorts properties.
It is being said the move is aimed at landing approval for a Boston-area license and will be a way for the company to further distance itself from its founder, who has been accused by dozens of people for sexual misconduct.
The company also suggested that its top leaders could be prohibited from initiating any social contact with Steve Wynn, and should any one of them happen to bump into Wynn, should report that contact to state regulators.
The ban will also apply to Wynn Resorts subsidiaries, such as Wynn Macau.
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