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NY Woman Sues Casino That Offered Her Steak Dinner Instead of Her $43M. Jackpot!


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Katrina B. thought her life was changed when a Queens, New York slot machine told her she had won $43 million. However, the Resorts World Casino told her when she went to collect that it was a mistake and instead offered her a complimentary steak dinner valued at $2.25. (OMG) (WOW). Bookman’s attorney, Alan Ripka, says he has been fighting unsuccessfully for months to get the casino to pay up and therefore filed a lawsuit on Wednesday.
Bookman is seeking at least $43 million in damages!!!

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20 Comments

  1. Resorts World spokesman Dan Bank has apologized and said, “casino personnel were able to determine that the figure displayed on the penny slot was the result of an obvious malfunction — a fact later confirmed by the New York State Gaming Commission." SMH🤔

  2. That casino was full of hell!! She should win the max payout for that game.

  3. big ass scam … guarantee you it's still ran by the mob believe that … and the government.

  4. I've been to that ghetto ass casino it's ratchet AF, BUT have to say no slot machine pays 43 million I would have known it was a glitch. But to offer her a steak dinner is a slap in the face. They should have given her a $500 gambling credit (she would have played it all right back) or free drinks for a year.. she would have ended up giving them even more of her money lol That casino is SO dumb.

  5. Wow this was sad a steak dinner she should. have took that steak dinner stuck it up his ass and told him to have a steak dinner on her and then tell him how you like those coins lol😂😀😁😉

  6. I go to the casino and if this happened to me…I would definitely sue.Malfunctioned or not…they took ppl's money on the machine…Even if not the 43 mill.Pay her damages.I hope her and her lawyer find something in the laws terms to get her some form of payment for that bs they put her thru after getting her hopes up.Just wrong

  7. Greetings brother, if the machine was initially malfunctioned wouldn't it have been wise to post; "Out of Service" to forewarn customers against its use? But since the machine was in fact "functioning", I'd sue the casino as well as challenge the Gaming Boards' policy.

  8. They better pay that lady I HOPE ALL YOU THAT GIVE YOUR MONEY TO THOSE MACHINES NOW SEE THE TRUTH BEHIND THESE CASINOS WAKE UP THEY MAKE MILLIONS OFF YOUR HARD WORKING MONEY

  9. I would told them it wusnt broke when it was take'n my money. If I didnt win the jackpot and said 'I want my money back bcuz ur machine is broke" U'd call security on me.

  10. I'll be like J.G wealthwort, it's my money & I need it now, but that's why I don't gamble, I hate when I loose$5.00 in the streets,So I know for sure that I'M going to that trigger rigged casino…

  11. Oh hell naw that wasnt a malfunction and the ticket printed, Hell Naw Hell to the Naw Naw

  12. see ,that's how people on the edge, just hanging on to that last little thread of reality and get pushed over the edge,come back and light that casino up,I thank God I'm not into that casino stuff,it just never appealed to me .

  13. They were so wrong just like a 3 legged dog! And you know that's very wrong! They had the balls to take her money and she should be rewarded something. Without customers, I feel the gaming system wouldn't be all that. But you're so right on everything you've said sexy. Keep up the good work!

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