We can now confirm that state police have questioned the boyfriend of Elizabeth Brumby, the daughter of Victorian Premier John Brumby, over an incident at Crown Casino in Melbourne.
The 23-year-old man was ejected from a private function on Friday night after security guards accused him of being drunk. The guards had no need to use plastic handcuffs on this occasion, a unique initiative getting mixed reactions from the Australian hotel, club and casino sector.
No charges have been laid at the time of publishing.
In a brief media statement, Mr Brumby said his daughter tried to defuse the situation and described it as a "private matter".
Crown Limited shares remain strong at 8.270 (share price, not blood alcohol reading)
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