Top-level Wynn Resorts employees concealed key information about former boss Steve Wynn when the company was applying for a Boston casino license
Wynn Resorts executives intentionally concealed sexual misconduct allegations against the company’s founder and former boss, Steve Wynn, according to a report by the investigative team of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
Massachusetts regulators kicked off Tuesday a critical three-day hearing focused on how the Las Vegas hotel and casino powerhouse handled the multiple allegations leveled against Mr. Wynn by staff members and whether company officials hid information about those allegations.
The ongoing hearing could be the final step before MassGaming announces its final decision on whether Wynn Resorts is suitable to operate the $2.6 billion Encore Boston Harbor.
The casino resort is slated to open doors in June.
Massachusetts regulators finally released Tuesday the 199-page report into the sexual misconduct allegations compiled by its investigative team after an extensive months-long probe into the matter.