Mr. Las Vegas, Wayne Newton is in huge financial trouble. He has had a hard time, throughout his life to manage his finances and now is no exception. Despite appearing at the Tropicana Hotel, he is barely making it and his wages are being garnished.
Today, Metro went to his house, by the airport, off of Sunset, and tried to get property, but they were turned away. How, I don't know. They went up to the house with moving vans and Newton's people said "go away" and the cops did. Would that happen to you and me? Doubt it.
Anyways, look at the comments at the bottom of the article and you will see the liberals their strange sense of compassion.
So, perhaps, someday, we will see Wayne Newton at the A-Z Pawn Store, home of the Pawn Stars, trying to pawn some of his collectibles.
Update: Apparenntly, Newton has had health issues with members of his immediate family, specifically, his daughter: Two weeks ago Erin Newton, at the time pregnant in the third trimester, suffered liver, kidney and respiratory failure and delivered a baby boy via cesarean section. During delivery she fell into a coma and was in that state until last weekend. Doctors are not certain what specific condition Erin Newton is suffering from, but McCrone said they are consistent with HELLP syndrome, a condition that attacks the kidneys and liver, which is set in motion during pregnancy.
Newton had cancelled many of his February appearances at the Tropicana during his daughter's illness — McCrone said he missed all but two or three shows to fly to and from St. Louis, where the 33-year-old Erin Newton lives. Erin is the adopted daughter of Newton and his first wife, Elaine. They divorced in 1985. Wayne and Kathleen Newton have a 7-year-old daughter, Lauren.
Over the weekend, doctors told Newton it was unlikely Erin Newton would recover from her comatose condition, news that McCrone says sent the longtime Las Vegas entertainer into an emotional tailspin. "He sobbed all night," said McCrone, who is visiting friends in Boston and was largely unaware of the activity today at Shenandoah.
Erin Newton unexpectedly awoke from the two-week coma Monday, immediately asking for water. Newton and the medical staff were stunned. She is still hospitalized, and Newton reportedly was with her today