Prince Harry has a good friend in Steve Wynn.
The casino mogul has placed his staff at Encore Las Vegas, where the Prince’s nude party antics made headlines across the globe, on lockdown as they've been warned to not discuss the incident to the media, according to RadarOnline.com.
Wynn, 70, personally notified his employees that any individual that gets caught speaking to the press about Prince Harry and his friends will be fired – and their reputation would be ruined in the city of sin.
“Staff members at the Wynn have been reminded once more to keep their mouths shut about anything Prince Harry related,” a source said. “It’s against hotel policy to discuss guests normally, but Steve thought it was best to let staff know that anyone caught talking about what happened that night will be reprimanded.”
Taking the privacy of their high-profile clients such as Harry very seriously, Wynn will destroy any staff that spills the beans on the Royal to the press.
“He’s warned them they will lose their jobs if they are suspected of blabbing to the press and he will make sure they never work in Vegas again,” the source explained. “Steve takes privacy for celebrities at his hotels very seriously. They spend fortunes on VIP suites, in his clubs and casinos. He would hate to think their security was being compromised and wants them to come back, enjoy themselves again and spend even more money.”
A rep for the Wynn had no comment to make on the report.
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