• American sued the casino for refusing to pay a $ 43 million jackpot

  • A resident of the city of new York Katrina Buchman decided to sue a local casino for refusing to pay her winnings in the amount of 43 million dollars. It is reported by The Sun.

    According to the lawyer Alan Ripka, his client has been treated unfairly.

    Guide gambling establishment Resorts World Casino said the American that the machine on which it has hit the Jack-pot was defective and visvedevas on his screen, the amount is not true. The woman offered to pick up your winnings, which amounted to 2.25 per dollar and were promised a free steak dinner. The casino said that the maximum jackpot on slot machine Sphinx is 6.5 thousand dollars.

    Bukman've hit the jackpot in August 2016. After winning Katrina was asked to leave the school and come the next day.

    As told by the winner that day, she had to plan how to spend a large sum. In particular, Buchman decided to buy his son a hairdresser and financially to help those in need.


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