What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.
And then when you get sued, it’ll be in Vegas.
Broncos running back LaMont Jordan is in the process of learning that Sin City’s marketing slogan carries, in very small print, that important post script. Per the Las Vegas Sun, Jordan has been sued for welshing on his gambling debts.
Jordan allegedly signed “check-like negotiable gaming debt instruments” worth a total of $20,000 in June 2008, and he allegedly hasn’t paid the money back.
It probably would be wise for Jordan to pay the money. As Pacman Jones learned last year, it eventually can morph from a civil claim into a criminal matter.
At which point it would be reported by ESPN.