A small Las Vegas slot machine club has gotten itself into a large heap of trouble over a $5 pay-out.
A complaint has been filed by the state Gaming Control Board against City Limits slot club for allegedly hindering the state agents' investigation of the unpaid $5, the Las Vegas Sun reported.
The complaint, prepared by the Nevada attorney general's office, was filed against the club and its licensees, Sherril, Damian and Stasia Doom.
The complaint asks the Gaming Control Board to take action against the owners of the club.
The whole issue began when Sheila Mathews said she was cheated out of a $5 payout while playing at City Limits.
The bartender refused to pay Mathews and told her that she was not playing the machines and ordered her to leave the club.
She called the Gaming Control Board, and agent Victor Ingram responded, but the club would not believe that he was a legitimate agent and would not talk to him.
The official complaint says the refusal to cooperate with the agents constitutes an unsuitable method of operation, asking that the club owners be fined.
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