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The lawsuit obtained by the news station said the elderly woman was 'traumatized and in a state of shock'.The woman's niece and her niece's husband immediately called police to report the alleged incident.But on this night he went on an incredible winning streak at the baccarat tables that netted him a half million dollars, the New York Post reported.‘I never gambled before I met him,’ Jasmine Zheng told the Post.‘At first I was standing there watching him, after that we started gambling together.’ Jasmine Zheng, 21, says that in January she and her then-boyfriend Zhiwei Zheng, 26, took a trip from Manhattan’s Chinatown to Atlantic City for a night of gambling. But Jasmine claims that when she started to take an interest and play alongside Zhiwei, their fortunes started to change.‘I kinda figured it out when I was watching,’ she said. Zhiwei posted another picture in which he shows off a new watch.‘,000 Rolex . After tearing up Atlantic City, they left town with 0,000 in cash stashed in his backpack.They posted a photo of some of their winnings from that night (above)Jasmine Zheng says that she and her then-boyfriend had agreed to pool their money and to split the winnings. As the couple kept winning, they bragged about their good fortune on social media.‘Finally Made it!! Jasmine says she trusted Zhiwei and didn’t mind the fact that he held on to all of the money.But soon afterward, he began to ‘change,’ she says.‘He was, like, talking to other girls, flirting with other girls and I couldn’t handle that, and he said, “If you cannot handle that, then we just broke up,” and he found another girlfriend right away,’ she said.
Is Dev Ops helping organizations reduce costs and time-to-market for software releases? Find out in this Information Week and Interop ITX infographic on the state of Dev Ops in 2017.A 23-year-old cable installer has been accused of raping a 72-year-old woman with Alzheimer's, according to a new lawsuit by her family.The alleged sexual assault happened in April 2017 at the Dallas, Texas, home of an unnamed elderly woman when Moises Cabrera went to set up her cable, internet and phone services.Cabrera at the time had been employed with Charter Communications, a company branded under Spectrum, according to his Facebook page, and also third-party installation company, DCOMM Inc.The contractor left Charter Communications when the abuse allegations surfaced, WFAA first reported.
The alleged victim's niece spoke in a sit-down interview with WFAA.'To be honest, I wanted to find him and just know why, why, why could somebody do that?