Wynn Resorts' Probe Into Founder's Behavior Done
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Casino operator Wynn Resorts says an internal committee has finished its investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations leveled against company founder Steve Wynn.
In a securities filing Monday, the company said the board of directors received the final presentation from the committee Friday but will not release any results publicly until gambling regulators finish their investigations.
The company says the internal committee will share its findings with gambling regulators.
Gambling regulators in Nevada and Massachusetts began investigating the allegations after the Wall Street Journal first reported them in January.
Committee chairwoman Pat Mulroy in May told investors the committee had interviewed more than 100 people and reviewed 3 million documents.
Wynn resigned as chairman and CEO of the company in February. He has denied the allegations.