Gardens Casino To Pay California $3.15m, Admits Misleading Regulators

The Gardens Casino, also known as Hawaiian Gardens, has agreed to pay $3.15m to settle allegations brought by the state attorney general’s office that the cardroom failed to mention a federal probe and a $2.8m anti-money laundering (AML) penalty when applying to renew its license.

California attorney general Xavier Becerra had asked state gaming regulators to revoke licenses for the casino and its owners, alleging that in August 2019 they had falsely told state gaming regulators that they have “always been engaged in frank and honest dialogue with regulators.”

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