Steve Stephens, the guy who brutally killed a defenseless senior man on Easter Sunday and then posted video for the murder on Facebook, has admitted to having a gambling issue and had been apparently recently dumped of a Cleveland casino.
While the dragnet widens for Steve Stephens, the man whom posted a movie of his random shooting of an senior guy on Easter Sunday, more information on an alleged gambling issue is surfacing.
The 37-year-old suspect is now the target of a multi-state manhunt by neighborhood, state, and federal law enforcement for the cold-blooded homicide of a senior he didn’t know and evidently chosen at random.
Stephens, in his own videos, cited an ex-girlfriend, as well as major gambling losses, as some of the motives for the slaying.
Stephens apparently had a gambling addiction that is serious. He posted on their Facebook web page that, ‘ I lost everything we ever had due to gambling. I do maybe not enter details but We’m [at] my point that is breaking.
He filed for bankruptcy in 2015, claiming assets of $12,430 against liabilities of $35,466. The financial obligation was reorganized and paid a year later and the scenario was closed.
His difficulty at the gambling enterprises, however, did not end. He had been reportedly a frequent visitor to the JACK Cleveland Casino and something casino worker who did perhaps not want to be known as posted on social me […]