LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) -- The Southern Nevada Health District has released its report on a party at a bankrupt Las Vegas wedding venue in July that sickened more than 60 guests.
The report reveals some pretty disgusting conditions in the Griffin Mansions kitchen facility: chicken that was left out for too long, moldy food and an unidentifiable black substance on the beer tap.
There are new estimates that show brides and grooms lost as more than $1 million in paid deposits and the money they had to spend on new wedding plans.
Griffin had been operating here for years but never had the permits necessary to hold receptions.
The mansion was finally closed in May. News 3 launched a hidden camera investigation and revealed that the mansion was continuing to book weddings even while it was supposed to be closed.
The owners filed for bankruptcy in July.