Toronto Woman Who Self-Barred Herself from Casino Had Her Trespassing Case Adjourned

Publish: 25.05.2017

Pasqua DiGianni’s casino nightmare continues.

Self-Barring Case

More than two years after she signed a document barring herself from the Seneca Niagara Casino, after hitting a rather bad roll on slot machines, the Toronto woman is still carrying this huge luggage with herself.

Earlier in April this woman from Woodbridge, Ontario, returned to Niagara Falls Casino and spent more than $600 on a single machine, before earning $1,400 jackpot she was unable to claim.

Casino refused her winnings and the police even got a call in after DiGianni was charged with trespassing.

Unaware her self-barring ban was still in effect, DiGianni was disappointed to see the casino let her play in the first place. The casino has not issued any statement on the incident and it is still unclear whether DiGianni was observed as she entered, but was not detained until she won the jackpot, or if she would be allowed to continue playing on the machine as long as she is losing money.

Two-Year Case Coming to Its End

And after more than two years since she signed the barring document, the full resolution is nearing itself since her trespassing case got adjourned in contemplation of dismissal.

The focus is once again back on DiGianni as the charges will be thrown out if she stays out of trouble for the next six months. Out of trouble and out of the Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls.

On her own part, DiGianni claims she is unlikely to pursue the matter any further.

“I just want to put an end to it”, she said.

Ultimately, she said she’s giving up gambling.

“Believe me, I’m done.”, she told the local media.