Well folks, in the past month Hagan has been arrested for getting fresh with a 15 year old girl and having child porn on his city owned notebook computer that he previously had claimed was lost. Today the Sun Herald’s Margaret Baker checks in with a civil suit filed against Hagan by the Ameristar Casino Hotel. It seems Hagan overflowed his hotel room bathtub in a major way causing extensive damage to 6 hotel rooms. This snippet from Margaret’s story gives a flavor of the tort:
According to Ameristar Casino’s complaint, a security official was responding to a report of water seeping under the door of Hagan’s sixth-floor room when he found Hagan asleep in the bathtub with the water still running.
“… The water was overflowing onto the floor and into the hallway of the sixth floor and into several rooms (4) … causing wet carpet …” with additional water damage suspected in three other fifth-floor rooms. The officer, the report said, repeatedly tried to wake up Hagan. Finally, the report said, Hagan responded, using his foot to turn off the faucet before falling back to sleep.
Folks Tater Nut’s legal problems just seem to get worser and worser as another of Scott Walker’s Ocean Springs GOP running buddies self implodes.
My archival post regarding the Cerro Coyote hotel in Costa Rica has generated more leads folks as more local investors in the project that had no clue Abel, Leary and Perret sold the hotel and whom received not a penny back on their investment have sent me bat signals and that does not count the inquiries from those who are still coming to grips with the fact their “friends” Danny Abel and Aaron Broussard fleeced them. So while the news is settling in please meet the new owners of the former Inn at Coyote Mountain:
Bill Duron: Bill is chairman of the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation, agency of the Government of Ontario and serves on the boards of the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation, Canadian National Sportsmen’s Shows and the Advisory Board of Ryerson University’s School of Retail Management.
Melody Duron – high-end interior decorator
William Thorsell, former publisher of the Globe and Mail and director of the Royal Ontario Museum.
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