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George Maloof Mug Shot Released

Written by:
Jordan Bach
Published on:
Oct/12/2010
George Maloof Mug Shot

It’s not pretty.  The mug shot of Palms Casino and Hotel owner George Maloof has been released to the public on Tuesday and he ain’t no Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan, that much is for sure. 

Maloof was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) late Saturday night coming home from a friend’s wedding in California.  He claimed to have only had four beers that evening. 

His blood-alcohol level registered at 0.086 percent, however, just over the legal limit.  Police say he was speeding and driving without a valid license or insurance.

"I didn't feel I was intoxicated," Maloof told the Sacramento Bee.

In addition to the Las Vegas Palms Casino and Hotel, Maloof also owns the Sacramento Kings NBA basketball team. – Jordan Bach, Gambling911.com

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