Man kills himself at M Casino resort

On Easter Sunday, this past weekend, a man killed himself inside the Las Vegas M Casino Resort. John Noble was found dead of a self-inflicted wound after he apparently killed himself due to him being banned from the Las Vegas casino-resort where he won “free meals for life” after he allegedly harassed co-workers.


At 5 p.m on Sunday near the buffet at The M Resort Spa Casino Noble’s body was found.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal said on Monday it received a package from Noble that explained why he ended his life. It contained a DVD, photos and over 300 pages of notes.

Noble’s last words blames his suicide on depression caused by the resort after they awarded him free meals for life and then banned him from the property after he apparently harassed multiple employees.

“Today, I end my life due to the M Resort Spa Casino and its employees,” the 53-year-old Noble wrote in a suicide note obtained by the paper.

On top of that, Noble detailed the threats he made on Easter Sunday 2013, three weeks after he was banned from the resort.

The Las Vegas Review-Journal obtained a police report that reported that authorities responded to the resort on March 31, 2013, after a woman claimed she was being stalked by Noble and he had threatened to kill her.

Noble was placed in protective custody and spent three days at a psychiatric hospital. He reportedly continued to harass employees on social media, posting photos and personal information up until a few days before his death.

Noble also set his vehicle on fire in the casino’s parking garage on Sunday. No other serious injuries were reported.


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