Sly Stallone, one of the Gambling911 favorite celebs (and casino entrepreneurs) is back in the news on an international scale, and no, its not PR spin on The Expendables this time. Our main man has run a red light and got his balls busted by the strong arm of the law. Cafes from Beverley Hills to Las Vegas to Bondi Beach, Australia are buzzing about it. Media Man and Gambling911 take to the streets of Los Angeles with this special Rambo styled report...
With just 1 day left in month Stallone allegedly ran a red light in Los Angeles. At least one law enforcement officer tells us his was "less than cordial". Maybe a bad day on the set.
We've learned via the grape vine bush telegraph that cops watched as Sly failed to come to a total standstill at a stop sign near the Beverley Hills border. He then finally pulled over.
Leaks say Sly did not agree with with the cops version of the events ... and was "less than cordial."
Sly, at least you didn't lose your license.
He's almost certainly a lock to do a sequel to The Expendables.
Punters and gambling experts may know the Sly is featured in a couple of games from iGaming powerhouse PartyGaming. Rambo by PartyCasino
Rocky, located at Noble Casino
Sly also has the distinction of selling some of his artwork to casino and hotel mogul Steve Wynn (currently in a feud with Joe Francis...Mr Girls Gone Wild) and is long time mates with Arnie, who also has a deal with PartyGaming via 'The Terminator' online slot game.
A few years ago Sly got in trouble with the Australian law for carrying certain meds though Australia's airport system. Insiders joked that "roids are the fountain of youth".
Word of the street is the The Governator has tipped off certainly folks that California doesn't have the numbers or supports at this stage to see the full legalisation of online gambling in California. Sly and Arnie also also keen to see a full on Hollywood blockbuster movie betting exchange up and running, and with some awesome films coming up, little wonder.
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Readers, know the odds (including on traffic lights), bet with your head, not over it, and have fun.
*Greg Tingle is a special contributor for Gambling911
*Media Man http://www.mediamanint.com is primarily a media, publicity and internet portal development company. They cover a dozen industry sectors including gaming.
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