Hollywood Casino, which is located on the mohegan coast in South Dakota, announced on Friday that it would pay $4.2 million to a woman who claimed she was cheated out of $300,000 when she lost her bet with the casino.
The settlement is part of a larger $25 million settlement in the case that is also aimed at other people who suffered losses.
The casino, which has been in the news for the alleged casino gambling violations of some of its patrons, has been under scrutiny since a $20 million lawsuit was filed against the casino last year.
That suit was dismissed by a judge on Friday.
The settlement is the latest chapter in a long-running dispute between the woman and the casino, with the woman claiming that she lost more than $3 million betting on the movie “Magic Mike,” a film that she claimed she won from the casino by picking a random number.
A federal judge in South Carolina ruled in January that the casino’s negligence was sufficient to allow her to sue.
The woman is seeking $25,000 for lost income, and $3,000 in punitive damages.
She said she lost $3.2 for every $1 she lost in casino gaming, a figure she said she did not know.
The woman claimed the casino had lost $7 million of its customers over the past few years.
The casino, however, did not provide any evidence to support her claim.
The man was arrested and charged with two counts of wire fraud, a federal crime.
He has been released on $5,000 bond.
The Mohegan Sun casino was not immediately available for comment.