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Caesars Entertainment Corp. Offers $4 Billion to CEOC Creditors, as Bankruptcy Drama Continues in Chicago

Friday, March 6th, 2020

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Gambling Lawsuit Dismissed Against American Pharoah Owner

Friday, March 6th, 2020

Gambling Lawsuit Dismissed Against American Pharoah Owner

American Pharoah owner Ahmed Zayat was relieved to have a lawsuit over gambling debts dismissed in federal court.

American Pharoah will run for horse race’s first Triple Crown in 37 years on Saturday, and their owner will have a way to savor it with no concern with a lawsuit that is major over the procedures.

A federal judge dismissed a $1.65 million gambling lawsuit against Ahmed Zayat, the one that accused him of having run up those debts by betting on sports through an casino that is offshore.

Zayat stated that the lawsuit, brought by Howard Rubinsky, had been ‘a fraudulence.’

‘It’s total fiction,’ Zayat stated. ‘It’s a total lie. It is a full instance of blackmail with a criminal.’

Statute of Limitations Exceeded

Those comments landed Zayat with a libel suit at the top regarding the gambling claim. But it appears as though Zayat was ultimately vindicated.

According to United States District Judge William J. Martini, Rubinsky’s claim dated back to 2005, when he first hired an attorney and investigator in an attempt to recover the debt. That meant that the lawsuit dropped outside the statute that is six-year of for the instance in nj.

Rubinsky had hoped that Martini would rule that the instance had started in 2008, when Rubinsky stated he’d received texts from Zayat promising to repay the amount of money he owed.

Nonetheless, Martini ruled that it was clear in those text messages that Zayat was saying that he didn’ (more…)