Monday, June 6, 2022

Mafia VIP Stefano Sollecito at Casino de Montreal - “tapis rouge” (red carpet)

In 2020 Lotto-Quebec announced an investigation into money laundering and proceeds of crime in the Province's casinos. High roller degenerate gambler Stefano Sollecito was busted. In the end Lotto-Quebec spent $260k in legal fees to dispute a $147k fine imposed by FINTRAC for improper money laundering by the mafia boss.
Sollecito received VIP comps at the province-owned Casino de Montreal. These included tickets to shows, meals, and free hotel rooms. Boss Stefano Sollecito was listed among the top ten punters at Casino de Montreal. Sollecito is believed to have gambled $2.5m at the casino in 2014 and 2015. At the time, he had been released from prison on racketeering and cocaine trafficking charges. He declared $50k in income.
Quebec media recently reported ... "Stefano Sollecito, considered until recently the leader of the Sicilian mafia clan in Montreal." Sollecito was closely connected to the recently departed Bernard Cherfan.

See ----->Bernard Cherfan whacked in Montreal