Md. casino worker must return list of high rollers

BALTIMORE (AP) — A federal judge says a former employee of the Maryland Live Casino in Hanover must return a list of high rollers she allegedly took when she left to work at the new Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore.

The Daily Record (http://bit.ly/1p6JNls ) reported in its Tuesday edition that the U.S. District Court in Baltimore also ordered Helena Wong to refrain from contacting any Maryland Live customers she met while working there as a VIP host.

Judge Marvin Garbis issued the temporary restraining order Friday at the request of Maryland Live’s owner, PPE Casino Resorts Maryland.

He scheduled a hearing Friday on Maryland Live’s allegation that it would suffer irreparable harm by losing the customers whose names appear on the list.

The newspaper was unable to reach Wong or her attorney.

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