Steve Wynn Settles Defamation Lawsuit With Attorney Lisa Bloom reports

Wynn, 80, filed a lawsuit against Bloom and The Bloom Firm in April of 2018. The lawsuit came a month after the #MeToo attorney issued a press release with unsubstantiated allegations from a former performer at Wynn Las Vegas.

Bloom’s client, Angelina Mullins, claimed that the billionaire casino magnate ordered performers in “Steve Wynn’s ShowStoppers” cabaret to strip down to their underwear while he attended rehearsals.

“ShowStoppers,” which closed in 2016, was not a nude or partially-nude performance. The production was instead a mashup of famous Broadway musical hits from such productions as One, A Chorus Line, and Chicago.

Mullins, as reported by Bloom, alleged that she was subjected to “unprofessional, demeaning, and sexually objectifying demands.”

Every single time Mr. Wynn came to rehearsal, Ms. Mullins was to strip down to a bra and ‘booty shorts’ or panties, freshen her makeup, and wear high-heels,” Bloom’s press release declared.

Bloom’s statement of allegations made in March of 2018 came just two months after The Wall Street Journal’s career-ending expose on Wynn and his decades of alleged sexual misconduct. Wynn has consistently denied ever acting inappropriately with Wynn Resorts workers. But he nonetheless resigned and sold off his entire stake in the casino company by February of that year.

Bloom is the only child of famed civil rights attorney Gloria Allred.

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Steve Wynn Settles Defamation Lawsuit With Attorney Lisa Bloom