According to the lawsuit, Jason Perez-Morciglio was throwing away trash in front of The Venetian on Jan. 15 when security officers
"kidnapped the brothers, forced them into a small room inside the Venetian Hotel and detained them."
"These security guards
handcuffed the brothers, searched their persons and belongings, demanded identification, and photographed them," the document said.
"Each of the brothers was strapped to a chair and kept by the security guards
for over an hour."
The lawsuit alleges that the security officers
then summoned two Las Vegas police officers who handcuffed and searched the brothers before directing them to sign misdemeanor trespass warnings. The police officers were identified only as S. Schaier and T. Scott.
"Thereafter, the brothers were escorted from the premises to the parking lot in the back of Harrah's Las Vegas Casino by the security guards
and were warned not to 'trespass' on the sidewalk in front of the Venetian Hotel again or else face arrest," according to the document.