Ben Affleck was spotted gambling in the high roller room at the Wynn Resort and Casino at 3 a.m.
on Wednesday while visiting Las Vegas to direct a new movie.
The 48-year-old actor wore a backwards hat as he doubled down on a favorite pastime while playing cards in the early morning hours in Sin City.
Affleck certainly knew his way around the tables after being banned from playing at Hard Rock Casino & Hotel in 2014 for being ‘too good’ at the card game.
Hit: Ben Affleck was spotted gambling in the high roller room at the Wynn Resort and Casino at 3 a.m.
on Wednesday while visiting Las Vegas to direct a new movie
Ben looked completely at ease in the sectioned-off area of the casino designated for big spenders.
He attempted to stay incognito wearing a dark T-shirt and slacks with sunglasses tucked into the neckline of his tee.
While Affleck is in town to film a new flick, witnesses told TMZ there were ‘no camera crews’ around him at the time.
Bust: The 48-year-old actor wore a backwards hat as he doubled down on a favorite pastime while playing cards in the early morning hours in Sin City
Split: Ben looked completely at ease in the sectioned-off area of the casino designated for the big spenders
He attempted to stay incognito wearing a dark T-shirt and slacks with sunglasses tucked into the neckline of his tee
He was later spotted wandering around the Palazzo with a production crew where someone was heard screaming ‘action.’
It’s unclear what film Ben’s working on as he has a few in the pipeline, including Keeper of the Lost Cities, Witness for the Prosecution and Ghost Army.
In 2014, Ben admitted in an interview with Details magazine that he was banned from Hard Rock after security deemed him ‘too good’ at the tables.
‘That is a true story.
I mean, that took place,’ he said when asked to clarify reports he was banned.
Hard at work: While Affleck is in town to film a new flick, witnesses told TMZ there were ‘no camera crews’ around him at the time
Busy guy: He was later spotted wandering around the Palazzo with a production crew where someone was heard screaming ‘action’
Back in action: Jennifer Lopez was spotted heading to the gym in Miami on Thursday morning
Let’s get loud: Lopez showed off her impressive abs while rocking a bright red sports bra with matching leggings as she headed into her fitness studio
‘I took some time to learn the game and became a decent blackjack player.
And once I became decent, the casinos asked me not to play blackjack. I mean, the fact that being good at the game is against the rules at the casinos should tell you something about casinos.’
And while Ben’s career is heating up, his love life took a new turn after rekindling a romance with ex-fiancee, Jennifer Lopez, 17 years after they ended things.
The pair were first spotted together shortly after she ended her two-year engagement to Alex Rodriguez, and have since endured a bi-coastal relationship with dates in Miami and Los Angeles.
Sources told PEOPLE magazine that JLo is ‘incredibly happy’ in her rekindled relationship and is considering moving to LA so they can ‘spend as much time together as possible.’
Director: It’s unclear what film Ben’s working on as he has a few in the pipeline, including Keeper of the Lost Cities, Witness for the Prosecution and Ghost Army
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A former policeman accused of snorting cocaine off a stripper’s breasts at a wild party has launched an OnlyFans career with his ex-fiancée.
Zachary Samuel Maidment, 29, is on bail accused of supplying cocaine in the penthouse of the Gold Coast Star Casino on July 27 last year.
The former senior constable was celebrating his birthday with his ex-fiancée, Playboy cover girl Tyana Hansen, 25.
The pair are now reuniting as ‘the couple of exes you’ve been waiting for’ to create explicit content on OnlyFans.
Zachary Samuel Maidment, 29, (pictured) is currently on bail after he was allegedly caught chopping up cocaine in bugged footage at the Gold Coast Star Casino last year
Mr Maidment and ex-fiancée Tyana Hansen are now reuniting to create explicit content on a subscription-only website
According to posts on her Instagram account, which boasts more than 77,000 followers, some of the risqué videos were filmed in the same penthouse suite.
Hansen, a former Playboy and Maxim cover girl, already has a strong following on adult platform OnlyFans, where she claims to make a six-figure salary.
The adult entertainer told the
Hansen said she had been creating explicit content on OnlyFans for about a year, but was excited to be joined by her ex-fiancé.
‘With this (account) having just launched, for him to have the opportunity too… it’s been nice to share that together,’ she said.
Ms Hansen, a former Playboy and Maxim cover girl, has already amassed a following on adult platform OnlyFans, where she claims to make a six-figure salary
According to posts on Ms Hansen’s Instagram account, some of the risqué videos were filmed in the same hotel room they were busted snorting cocaine in July, 2020
‘When Zac was in the police, they controlled every aspect of his life, including what he posted to social media. So, doing this is a chance for both of us to be ourselves.’
Maidment is on bail after being charged with possession and supply of cocaine for the July incident at the Star Casino penthouse.
The court heard the heavily-tattooed 29-year-old was seen measuring out cocaine in the covert footage while Hansen was seen snorting the drug.
Maidment allegedly watched while Hansen consumed the drug off another naked woman’s backside and then proceeded to snort cocaine off her breasts, then asked another person to do the same.
It was alleged the birthday boy used cocaine several times in the night.
The party-goers were charged following an operation by Queensland Police’s ethical standards command.
Ms Hansen said she and Mr Maidment had already made five figures in the 24 hours they had been uploading content on the subscription-only website
Ms Hansen said she had been creating explicit content on OnlyFans for about a year, but was excited to be joined by her ex-fiancé
The arrests came after investigations by Operation Sierra Edgehill into allegations of ‘the trafficking of dangerous drugs’.
The former senior constable was suspended by the Gold Coast’s Rapid Action Patrol, along with a 29-year-old senior constable and another former officer.
He faces two counts of drug possession, two counts of drug supply, and two counts of possessing property suspected of being used in a crime.
Maidment has not yet been required to enter a plea, with no charges yet committed for trial. He is due to face the Southport Magistrates Court on August 10.
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A teenager stabbed a woman 28 times as he murdered her and her sister following a birthday party in the park after he vowed to ‘sacrifice’ women in a ‘deal with the devil’ in order to win the lottery, a court has heard.
Danyal Hussein, 19, is accused of murdering Nicole Smallman, 27, who was found in Fryent Country Park, Wembley, London, with stab wounds to her chest, back, arms, legs and hands.
She was stabbed 28 times, the prosecution said, and was killed by two wounds to the lungs – one of which had penetrated her breast bone with ‘severe force’.
The pathologist concluded the injuries to her hands and arms were caused when she tried to shield herself from the frenzied attack.
Her legs may have been cut as she lay on the ground on her back and tried to kick out to defend herself.
Ms Smallman was found alongside sister Bibaa Henry, 46, who was also stabbed with ‘severe force’ when the killer caught her by surprise in the park, a pathologist found.
Ms Henry had suffered a total of eight injuries.
Three had penetrated the heart and lungs and would have killed her.
Dr Robert Chapman found that one wound to the chest had been inflicted with such force that it penetrated the breast bone – but there were no defensive injuries to Ms Henry’s hands or wrists.
One wound was inflicted on her after she had collapsed and her body has suffered a large graze to the back when she was dragged into the undergrowth.
The details came at the trial of Danyal Hussein who is accused of murdering the sisters in a demonic pact to win the lottery.
Hussein had a contract with ‘demon’ Lucifuge Rofocale to sacrifice six women every six months to win the Mega Millions Super Jackpot, the Old Bailey heard.
The court heard CCTV shows Hussein leaving and entering the park and his blood and DNA were found at the scene, but he denies being there.
PC Simon Dowley told the Old Bailey he arrived at 1.25pm on June 7 last year after friends of victims Bibaa Henry (left), 46, and Nicole Smallman (right), 27, found their bodies
His comments came at the trial of Danyal Hussein, 19, who is accused of murdering the sisters in a demonic pact to win the lottery
After his arrest early on July 1, the court heard police recovered an agreement allegedly signed by Hussein in his blood pledging to a demon to ‘sacrifice’ six women every six months in exchange for winning the Mega Millions Super Jackpot
PC Simon Dowley today told the Old Bailey he arrived at 1.25pm on June 7 last year after friends of Ms Henry and Ms Smallman found their bodies.
He told the jury he could see the ‘two deceased females’ and ‘the only way to describe it is intertwined with each other’.
PC Dowley told the court: ‘As I approached the bushes and looked into the bushes I could see the two deceased females.
‘The only way to describe it is intertwined with each other, lying on the floor.
DC (Fifi) Gaskin told me to step back and to deal with witnesses in the area,’ said PC Dowley.
The officer spoke to David Stone – who had originally found a black handled kitchen knife – and asked him to direct him towards it.
Prosecutor Oliver Glasgow asked him: ‘Initially, is it right to say you couldn’t find it?’ He replied: ‘It was long grass, waist high and he pointed me in the general direction.’
Jurors heard officers originally intended to wait for a specialised police dog but after becoming concerned the rain might return they started to look themselves.
Bodyworn camera played for the jury showed PC Dowley rummaging through the grass in the hill before finding the knife.
The blood-pact allegedly signed by Hussein, 19.
The teenager is facing a murder trial over the deaths of sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman who were found dead in London last year
Hussein’s signature, written in his own blood, was shown to a court this week as part of the trial
He additionally discovered a pink can of Gordon’s gin and tonic near the weapon.
The court earlier saw CCTV of the sisters in high spirits buying supplies for the birthday party, including alcohol and soft drinks.
Detective Sergeant Mark Johnson told jurors when he arrived at the scene he was initially unable to spot the bodies through the thick vegetation.
He said: ‘It was a very dense foliage in the bushes.
It would have been easy to walk straight past it without seeing the bodies inside.’
DS Johnson then went on to set up an inner police cordon around the location where the slain sisters were found.
He added: ‘I tried to make it as large as possible.
It is very difficult to set up a cordon on open land.’
Hussein (sketched in the dock by a court artist) appearing in the dock at the Old Bailey, London, where he is on trial accused of killing sisters Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry
A photograph of Bibaa and Nicole and their friends was taken on Bibaa’s phone before the tragedy
The bodies of Nicole Smallman (right), 27, and Bibaa Henry (left), 46, were found intertwined and concealed in a hedgerow, the court was told
DS Michael Hartley, from a homicide unit, said the scene where the sisters’ bodies were found was ‘quite disturbing’.
He told the court: ‘I was very conscious of securing the scene.
There were officers already there.’
He said after the pathologist examined the scene the condition of the sisters’ clothing indicated they had been dragged to the hedgerow where they were found.
Hussein bought three lottery tickets from the ASDA in Charlton on June 29, National Lottery operator Camelot confirmed.
He first bought a Lotto Draw ticket at 9.38pm – one minute later he bought Thunderball and Euromillions tickets.
Ms Henry, a social worker, had been stabbed eight times and Ms Smallman, who worked in the hospitality industry, had suffered 28 injuries, the court has heard.
Hussein, from Blackheath, southeast London, denies two counts of murder and possessing a knife.
The trial continues.