The top lawyer for The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is facing a potential public relations crisis and civil rights lawsuit after rapper Meek Mill was turned away from the hotel over the weekend. 

Mill, whose real name is Robert Williams, accused The Cosmopolitan of “going to extreme racist levels” after the hotel’s security guards denied him entry to the Marquee Nightclub at the hotel and threatened to have him arrested for trespassing. Mill posted a video of the May 25 encounter on Instagram.

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