A nearly three-month investigation into one of the most controversial hands of poker ever played has concluded with no findings of wrongdoing against Robbi Jade Lew, who was accused of cheating by one of the game’s most prominent stars.
“That does not mean that no wrongdoing occurred,” said the report, released Wednesday by High Stakes Poker Productions. “It means that the investigation failed to find credible evidence.”
Calling the ordeal a “treacherous process,” Lew said the results were “as I expected.”
“I am obviously now entering another stage of this journey, as there are still loose ends that need to be resolved,” said the former biopharmaceuticals rep from Pacific Palisades. “There will be subsequent commentary and statements issued by my legal team shortly.”