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Exposed: Epic Poker League Bans Registered Sex Offender from Main Event

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
Sep/08/2011
Epic Poker League Bans Registered Sex Offender

A man who won a $20,000 seat at the Epic Poker League Main Event has been refunded his money and banned from playing after it was learned he was a registered sex offender.

Michael Devita was charged with exposing his bare buttocks to another man in a public bathroom of the Northgate Mall in Chattanooga, Tennessee this past May.

The police report states DeVita asked a man if he was gay, and if he would perform oral sex.  The other man declined the offer and DeVita was subsequently arrested. 

Oral sex is sexual activity that involves stimulation of the genitalia of a sex partner by use of the mouth.  Sometimes the throat can be engaged in such an act.  

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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