Reward Doubled to $1 Million To Find Who Spiked Vegas High Roller’s Drink At MGM Grand

Written by:
Jagajeet Chiba
Published on:
May/07/2024

The reward offer has now been doubled to $1 million in connection with a lawsuit against MGM filed by Dwight Manley, a prominent Southern California real estate developer, former sports agent, and a long-time, generous-to-employees Las Vegas patron. He asserts he was involuntarily drugged with ketamine while playing blackjack in the high-limit area of the MGM Grand in December 2021.  A billboard has been erected to advertise the new reward.

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The original reward offer of $500,000 is now $1 million for truthful information that leads to an arrest and conviction of the person or persons who drugged him. In addition to retaining a private investigator and attorneys, billboards advertising the reward have now appeared in Las Vegas.   

“Any tip is worth looking at. Someone knows who did this and we want to keep it from happening again. I could have died,” stated Manley.

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Evidence of a Spiked Drink

Manley has medical experts that include Dr. Michael Sucher, a veteran physician and expert witness who performed the hair test on the plaintiff that “concluded to a reasonable degree of medical probability that Dwight Manley was poisoned with ketamine in the early afternoon of December 10, 2021, at the MGM Grand Mansion.”

MGM has its own experts.  Attorneys Lawrence Semenza III and Katie Cannata have brought forth Dr. Daniel Overbeek.  His rebuttal: “Based on the information provided in these reports, my professional opinion remains that there is nothing to indicate that Mr. Manley experienced ketamine intoxication on December 10, 2021. None of the effects witnessed in the videos and described in the reports are specific to ketamine, and there is no evidence based on the behaviors in the video that indicate anything other than alcohol consumption. The hair drug testing does not localize the date of potential exposure and was also positive for ketamine and norketamine in the baseline sample, which also adds additional certainty.”

The suit also describes that Manley sustained injuries as his credit line was increased by millions of dollars while under the influence. (United States District Court, District of Nevada, Case No. 2:22-cv-01906-MMD-DJA. Third Amended Complaint.)  Manley was even injured after cutting his hand but was allowed to continue playing.

The reward offer has now been doubled to $1 million in connection with a lawsuit against MGM filed by Dwight Manley, a prominent Southern California real estate developer, former sports agent, and a long-time, generous-to-employees Las Vegas patron. He asserts he was involuntarily drugged with ketamine while playing blackjack in the high-limit area of the MGM Grand in December 2021.

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How to Claim Your Reward

To provide information about the Incident, send an email to the following address: info@debeckerinvestigations.com.

Your email should include your name, address and the legitimate information you want to present. Be sure to keep a copy of your email. If you are represented by legal counsel in any matter related to the Incident, your information must be provided through your legal counsel. Minors must not disclose personally identifying information about themselves and are not eligible for a reward and must have a parent or legal guardian read and accept these Terms and Conditions on their behalf and take full responsibility for compliance with the Terms and Conditions.

Anyone with information can submit it by email to info@debeckerinvestigations.com. For terms and conditions of the reward, visit www.$1MillionReward.com.

The suit also describes that he sustained injuries as his credit line was increased by millions of dollars while under the influence. (United States District Court, District of Nevada, Case No. 2:22-cv-01906-MMD-DJA. Third Amended Complaint.)

The original reward offer of $500,000 is now $1 million for truthful information that leads to an arrest and conviction of the person or persons who drugged him. In addition to retaining a private investigator and attorneys, billboards advertising the reward have now appeared in Las Vegas.   

 “Any tip is worth looking at. Someone knows who did this and we want to keep it from happening again. I could have died,” stated Manley.

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