Despite the police searching for him all day with an arrest warrant, the man accused of stealing $15,000 chips from poker player Robbi Jade Lew has escaped arrest in California. [Image: Shutterstock.com]
A former Hustler Casino Live employee is accused of stealing $15,000 worth of chips from poker pro Robbi Jade Lew and has evaded arrest in California.
Wanted on suspicion of grand theft
Brian Sagbegzal – the third part of an ongoing debacle involving Liu and dignitary supporter Garrett Adelstein – eluded Gardena Police Department officers when they tried to arrest him on Wednesday. Chief Detective Hugo Golotuna said the daylong search for Sagbygsl ended with the suspect wanted on suspicion of grand theft still at large.
This latest development in the ongoing drama polarizing the world of poker has rekindled the feud between Lew and Adelstein that began last month when the latter shouted cheating.
at each other again
On September 29, Adelstein Lew was charged with cheating over Jack-high’s “impossible” call on Hustler Poker Live broadcast – a call that initially cost him $135,000. Lu eventually returned the money to Edelstein, but speculation has since surfaced that Lu and Sagebegzal had been seen taking chips from her collection. This was exacerbated by the fact that Low initially refused to bring charges against the theft.
She always assured Lou that she had never cheated and that she had never spoken to Sagbegzal. Adelstein couldn’t resist popping in Lew because of this on Twitter. On Thursday, he used his GmanPoker account to highlight a quote from times She states that she has not received any of Liu’s phone records “despite repeated follow-up requests”.
Lu took to Twitter later that day, though, to share that she delivered times Her login details are with AT&T, while ending on a direct note in Adelstein:
Regarding Sagbigsal, the LA County DA office is now taking up the case, with Gualotuna stating that it could take “months” for prosecutors to decide whether or not to file charges. According to an interview he gave on Wednesday, Gualotuna stated that he did not find a link between Lew and Sagbigsal in his review of the evidence.
Not to consider Adelstein’s allegations of fraud
“I don’t have anything that would tie Mr. Brian and Mrs. Lou together, other than that he was only working that day,” he said. Gualutuna added that his department was “only here because of the grand theft”, and that it was not looking into allegations of fraud committed by Adelstein.
An internal investigation by a parent of Hustler Casino Live, High Stakes Poker Productions, discovered the alleged theft of the three $5,000 pips.