Kim Sinatra, ex-general counsel of Wynn Resorts, has been named in a lawsuit alleging she OK’d a “secret undercover operation” targeting a former employee who publicly accused casino boss Steve Wynn of sexual misconduct. 

The suit also alleges that Sinatra tried to cover up Wynn’s wrongdoing by failing to tell the company’s board and gaming regulators about “settlements, possibly involving millions of dollars.” She stepped down from her position at Wynn Resorts last summer, several months after Steve Wynn resigned as chairman and CEO.  

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