2018-02-06 03:59:12 UTC
Steve Wynn, the billionaire casino mogul who was accused of sexual harassment by
multiple female employees, allegedly told his workers he wanted to have sex with
a grandmother because he wanted to see how it feels, according to a report.
The grandmother, now 75, was a waitress at The Mirage when Wynn ran it in the
1980s. She was told by her supervisor she had to meet the tycoons demands so
she could keep her job, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
The woman, a single mother of eight, said she had sex with Wynn multiple times
after he learned she had become a grandmother.
I did it willingly, because I felt like I had to, she told the newspaper. I
didnt really want to. I was afraid for my job.
The woman, who wasnt named, also tried to dodge his advances, but the
You have so many new and young girls to choose from, and you know having sex
with you makes me feel terrible, she told Wynn, according to court documents
obtained by the paper. Why dont you just leave me alone?
She also told Wynn she was afraid of losing her job, and he reportedly said:
Nothing will happen to you.
Wynn, 76, allegedly pressured a manicurist to have sex with him in 2005 and paid
her a $7.5 million settlement, the Wall Street Journal reported. Wynn has denied
He also stepped down as finance chairman of the Republican National Committee.