British Columbia’s Attorney General released a report highlighting the abuse and physical violence suffered by workers of River Rock Casino Resort at the hands of VIP gamblers dating back to 2017. The report recounted 49 separate allegations of harassment, including VIPs making death threats against staff and/or their family members, and hurling chairs. One of the more serious allegations was when a casino worker was urged not to report an incident after a drunk VIP slapped him. Great Canadian Gaming Corporation (GCGC), which manages River Rock’s operations, said it has “no tolerance for any type of conduct that may put the safety or security of any person at risk.”
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