“His conduct demonstrated that he is not a person of good character, honesty, and/or integrity,” the board said in a complaint filed before the Nevada Gaming Commission Monday.
“His conduct further established that he poses a threat to the public interest of the State of Nevada,” the complaint says.
The board recommended the revocation, as well as a fine for Wynn after the tycoon failed to attend a scheduled hearing of the board regarding the allegations.
A representative for Wynn declined to comment to CNN Tuesday.
The report, released in April by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission, said the company fostered a culture of secrecy in which victims of sexual misconduct and harassment became afraid to pursue complaints or believed doing so would be pointless.
Wynn’s company, the gaming board complaint says, admitted to the control board it did not enforce company policies and procedures when it came to sexual misconduct allegations against Wynn, the complaint says.
As a result, the allegations were not properly addressed or investigated, the complaint says.
Complaint says Wynn’s behavior damaged industry
In its Monday report, the gaming control board said Wynn has “repeatedly violated Nevada’s gaming statutes and regulations, bringing discredit upon the State of Nevada and its gaming industry.”
“He is unsuitable to be associated with a gaming enterprise or the gaming industry as whole,” the complaint says.
Wynn never reported the allegations and concealed “at least some” through nondisclosure agreements, the complaint says.
The negative reporting harmed Nevada’s reputation and the gaming industry, the control board claims.
“It damaged the public’s confidence and trust in an industry that is vitally important to the economy of the State of Nevada and the general welfare of its inhabitants,” the complaint says.
CNN’s Dan Przygoda contributed to this report.