Steve Wynn Attacked by Hookers at His Strip Resort

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Aug/08/2008

Casino mogul Steve Wynn was reportedly attacked by two sister hookers this week at his strip hotel in Las Vegas.

Reports had Sarah Cournede approaching Wynn and soliciting him for sex, which he refused. He did, however, allegedly confuse her with someone else - a girl named "Jamie" or perhaps a guy named "Jamie".All he kept saying was Jamie, Jamie, Jamie, like screaming Jamie.

He never asked for security, never told me who he was. He never told me anything. He kept yelling at me like I was Jamie," Sarah relayed to Fox 5, the local Vegas affiliate.

She also claimed that Wynn placed her in a choke hold. No charges have been filed though police plan to pursue trespassing charges against Cournede and her sister, Maria.

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