Prostitute Violently Assaulted at Binions, Man Charged With Murder Outside Bally's AC

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Jagajeet Chiba
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An alleged pimp, Kenneth George, 40, was arrested this past week after he violently assaulted a prostitute at the Binion's Casino.  The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) officers charged him with suspicion of sex trafficking an adult, battery, and pandering.

Bail was set at $20K. George remained in custody throughout the week in the Clark County Detention Center.

George was believed to have been the woman's one-time pimp.

Two weeks ago, George allegedly told the unidentified woman he would “knock her out” if she didn’t work for him again.

Man Murdered Near Bally’s Casino Atlantic City

And yet another violent incident occurred near a casino property, this time in Atlantic City at the Bally's Casino.

A 34-year-old man was fatally shot on the Atlantic City boardwalk outside the property this past Saturday.

The victim has been identified as Eric Wynn of Atlantic City, according to the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office.

Jahlil Boston, 34, of Egg Harbor City, N.J., allegedly used a semi-automatic firearm in the shooting and has since been charged with murder.

Bally's Atlantic City gained some notoriety here at after professional sports gambler Gadoon “Spanky” Kryollos went off on the casino, calling it a "dump" and claiming the property "probably hasn't been renovated since the 1980's".  He even posted a photograph of the men's room door with a sign posted that read "Bathing and changing of clothes is prohibited".  There are no showers in that particular men's room, so Spanky suggested patrons were caught "bathing in the sink".

- Jagajeet Chiba,

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