Poker Pro: '#MeToo S*** is Getting Out of Control'

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Jan/31/2018

Not everyone is fond of the #MeToo movement that has gripped a nation, and even the world.  One poker pro said that the "s*** is getting out of hand".  Scroll Down...


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No, Mike "The Mouth" Matusow only retweeted the post.

It was none other than Instagram Playboy and poker pro Dan Bilzerian who tweeted:

Bilzerian has made a living off his Playboy lifestyle, and that includes featuring photos of scantily clad women.

Of course, it's to be assumed Bilzerian's photos include "willing" women.

His tweet is sure to draw some ire among #MeToo supporters.  Then again, it's doubtful many of them follow Bilzerian.

Since the #MeToo movement began evolving, fellow poker pro Daniel Negreanu has unleashed on celebrity poker pro James Woods.

“Weeds” star Elizabeth Perkins marched in a protest against sexual harassment in Hollywood this past Sunday opting to carry a sign that read “James Woods #MeToo”, seemingly implying that Woods was among the offenders.

Meanwhile, the #MeToo movement has hit the gambling industry close to home with allegations of sexual misconduct lodged against casino magnate Steve Wynn in recent days.

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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