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The agreement had been contested by Wynns ex-wife since 2012, who submitted a judicial admission that the 2010 agreement was invalid and unenforceable.
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The billionaire was mostly poised throughout his testimony, his deep voice occasionally quivering when he discussed the potential downfall that Mr Francis' claims could spark.Mr Wynn is suing Mr Francis for slander, the latest legal fight in ongoing battles between the two men that include gambling debt that Francis racked up in one of Wynn Resorts Ltd.'s casinos.Wynn Resorts owns 72 per cent of Wynn Macaus issued share capital.Wynn Macau double joker video poker on Monday posted a filing on the Hong Kong stock exchange,"ng extracts from a Form 8-K filed to the Securities and Exchange Commission in the US by its controlling stakeholder Wynn Resorts.The sexual misconduct scandals have since sparked the international social media movement Me Too, where both women and men claiming to be victims of sexual misconduct have come forward to share personal stories.Steve Wynn, ex-chairman and chief executive of Wynn Resorts and Hong Kong-listed Wynn Macau, will not receive any severance payments and many of his benefits will cease, after the casino mogul entered a separation agreement with the company.
Mr Wynn also testified that he has been repeatedly investigated by gambling oversight agencies and the FBI for a presidential commission appointment and wouldn't be allowed to run casinos if he made threats.This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.Mr Francis acknowledged he never actually read the emails Mr Jones claimed he received.According to the filing, the disgraced former executive will receive no compensation or severance pay for his resignation earlier this month stemming from sexual assault allegations from former and current employees, charges which he denies.Mr Francis testified that Mr Jones told him Mr Wynn made the threats in conversations and emails, but Mr Wynn denies."It would be a singularly self-destructive act - incredibly, incredibly stupid Mr Wynn said.The filing also stated that Wynn Resorts entered into a registration rights agreement with Wynn: In the event that the latter is permitted and elects to sell his shares, he will reimburse the company for its expenses.