LAS VEGAS (AP) — The daughter of famed gangster Sam Giancana has sued the Las Vegas Mob Experience, saying the Las Vegas Strip attraction opening next week owes her money.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper reported Wednesday that Antoinette Giancana McDonnell is suing the attraction at the Tropicana Las Vegas hotel-casino for at least $70,000 in damages.
The lawsuit says the attraction's managing partner Jay Bloom agreed to pay McDonnell nearly $332,000 over five years, and buy $22,300 worth of furniture that belonged to her father.
Attraction spokesman Spence Johnston says the lawsuit won't affect a planned opening for Tuesday.
Johnston says McDonnell violated the terms of her contract, so it was canceled.
Giancana was a gangster who became a witness for the FBI and was assassinated in his home in 1975.
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