LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Nevada Gaming Commission Board has filed a complaint against security at Fremont Casino.
According to investigators in November of last year, a woman was handcuffed by security at Fremont Casino for 90 minutes for something she didn't do.
According to documents, she was playing slots and someone complained she was stealing their credits.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officers say once they arrived they determined surveillance video showed the woman committed no crime and security's account of what happened was not accurate.
There will a gaming board meeting on Thursday where disciplinary action will be considered.
13 Action News reached out to Boyd Gaming which owns Fremont Casino for comment and we have not heard back.