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Prime Social on Sept. Fertitta said the Prime Social owners concluded they had been duped after meeting with the mayor on Dec. Mireskandari said he met private investigator Tim D. The businessman also pitched Harris County officials on a plan to help relieve post-Hurricane Harvey dysfunction in the downtown courthouses by certifying a full-size courtroom he had built for county use. Prime Social reopened Sept. In an effort to discourage the federal government from bringing charges, Prime Social referenced those political contacts in a recent memo to the U. Mireskandari never told her about his poker room work, Ogg said, and never had access to case files related to the Prime Social and Post Oak probe. Councilman Greg Travis, whose District G includes the Prime Social and Post Oak establishments, questioned why poker rooms would waste money seeking a city ordinance when the Legislature regulates gambling in Texas. He said taking out loans in lieu of paying property taxes himself was a strategy that allowed him more liquidity for his businesses. Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo, whose officers launched the initial investigation into Prime Social and Post Oak, warned poker rooms still will face law enforcement scrutiny. Co-owner Nguyen said the club delivered a PowerPoint presentation of its business model, and afterward he asked the mayor about progress on the ordinance. Nguyen said since Prime Social already had an agreement with attorney Jimmy Ardoin and his law firm, Jones Walker, there was no need for another pact with Wilson. The club, Wilson explained, wanted a city ordinance to regulate gambling establishments and offer larger clubs a competitive advantage. In addition to establishing relationships with Democrats, Prime Social said it met with Paxton on June 21, , in downtown Houston. Geanie Morrison of Victoria had asked Paxton in January to weigh in on the issue. The council never considered such a measure. Wilson did not respond to multiple requests for comment. The club, like its competitors, was seeking legitimacy from law enforcement and elected officials. One Democrat who defended Mireskandari was his brother-in-law, H. Days after the cases were dismissed, Prime Social told the newspaper it had paid Houston private investigator Tim D. His unusually forward style produced mixed results. Asked for examples of work product, Mireskandari provided a March email he sent Wilson and Jimmy Ardoin, a Houston attorney who represented Prime Social at the time. As influential donors sometimes do, Mireskandari after the election sought benefits from the candidates he had helped. Mireskandari said he was performing legitimate work on an ordinance and speculated that Wilson made exaggerated promises to Prime Social about what he could achieve. Maddox pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of failing to file a tax return. Wilson said he was working for a new poker club called Prime Social and its operations manager, Dean Maddox. He set up meetings between several candidates and represenatatives of the Prime Social Poker Club, though he never told the office seekers he was doing lobbying work on behalf of the club. The building in Bellaire is part of a mediation firm Mireskandari started in April. Photo: Courtesy of Brian Middleton. Ogg said she believed the poker club defendants would argue in court these public officials had endorsed their business model, making the prosecution illegitimate. Mireskandari said that in February or March , Wilson approached with a proposition. Mireskandari said he did not believe it was relevant to tell the candidates about his poker club lobbying. Ardoin in July denied any wrongdoing; a Jones Walker spokesman on Thursday said the firm had done nothing wrong and would defend against the suit vigorously. Texas law bars corporations from donating to political candidates, but makes an exception for limited liability corporations owned by individuals. Harris County law enforcement officials contend those revenue sources are the same as a club taking a cut of poker proceeds, colloquially called a rake, which state law forbids. He said he never discussed the proposal with any current city elected official. The clubs argue their business model of charging membership dues and seat fees is legal under Texas law. A judge granted Wilson a Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge in November Its owners want to be reimbursed but may have little civil recourse. During the approximately half-hour discussion, the Texas attorney general said he did not oppose poker rooms in Texas but preferred them be licensed at the local level, according to the club. No written contract exists between Prime Social and Wilson. One was a lounge to be opened by businessman Ali Davoudi at a Midtown building owned by restaurateur Lucky Chopra. Wilson at a restaurant on San Felipe in Dolcefino now represents Prime Social, and at a news conference helped explain the allegations that Mireskandari and Wilson had scammed the club. Wilson hung up on a reporter seeking comment. That does not mean the behavior was legal. District Attorney Kim Ogg said she learned only after she had filed felony charges against nine employees of the Prime Social and Post Oak poker clubs in May that Mireskandari, a financial crimes consultant for her office, had been lobbying on behalf of Prime Social. Turner, through a spokesman, repeatedly said he has no recollection of such a meeting and has never considered proposing a gambling ordinance. The Prime Social and Post Oak poker clubs, Mireskandari contends, concocted a narrative in which he abused his relationship with the district attorney in order to force Ogg to dismiss the charges. So do representatives of three other groups who say Wilson tried to sell them on a similar offer. Middleton said Democratic booster Amir Mireskandari set up the meetings, but never disclosed he was doing lobbying work on behalf of the poker club. Mireskandari said he never told them he was working on behalf of poker clubs at the same time. The attorney general, in a letter issued July 6, declined to take a position on the legality of poker rooms in the state. He believes Wilson, whom he said acted as a middleman with Prime Social, may have made unrealistic promises about what they could achieve. Mireskandari said he never participated in pitching any club, and worked directly for Wilson on behalf of Prime Social. Candidates and campaign staffers described Mireskandari as an affable, well-meaning player who often mentioned he was friends with the district attorney. Back to Gallery Houston poker club, DA consultant trade accusations as Houston businessman Amir Mireskandari was a prolific donor and fundraiser to Harris County Democrats in the election cycle. The conflicts torpedoed a major gambling prosecution, and muddled the message Ogg intended to send to the dozens of private Houston-area poker rooms that have opened in the past three years: If you are operating outside the law, we will shut you down. State Rep. She forwarded the case documents to the FBI.

After many of these candidates won election in prime social news, Mireskandari sought, with varying levels of success, to leverage his support for their campaigns by offering the use of a courtroom he had built to Harris County, helping interview prospective prosecutors for Middleton, and seeking a county appointment to a local committee trying to lure a World Cup to Houston.

Garcia, who won and took office in January, initially said he did not recall meeting anyone associated with a poker room. Mireskandari said he believes Wilson sought him out because of his business background and connections with Democratic politicians.

Middleton included Mireskandari on a volunteer panel to help screen prosecutor candidates for his office. Nguyen said Ardoin referred the club to Wilson. The couple also hosted fundraisers for Ogg at their Tanglewood home.

Prime Social and Davoudi paid Wilson. The pair no longer speak. Wittingly or not, Mireskandari helped Prime Social connect with more info in a campaign to build support for its business model the club later would use as a defense against criminal charges.

Mireskandari said he planned to build relationships with prime social news candidates and pitch the ordinance, which would include parking and security requirements, after the municipal elections.

The Chronicle since has learned three other potential poker clubs read article approached with a similar pitch; one made a payment.

Mireskandari, who owns several businesses, had been a victim of prime social news in the past decade and wanted white-collar crime to be more aggressively prosecuted. The club told the U. Ogg in July dismissed the charges of money laundering, gambling promotion and engaging in organized crime, citing several conflicts of interest, including Mireskandari.

That same day, Paxton declined to issue an opinion on whether the business model used by many poker clubs in state was legal.

His involvement with the ordinance ended, he said, after an uncomfortable breakfast meeting with representatives from Prime Social at the Post Oak Hotel in early December. Ogg said she also was concerned the club had courted Mayor Sylvester Turner, including through a slideshow presentation of its business model at a December meeting with club owners, of which the mayor says he has no recollection. The other was a potential club at the Magic Island dinner theater off U. Middleton, the Fort Bend district attorney, and Nelson, the Democratic nominee for Texas attorney general, said Mireskandari brought them to meet Prime Social representatives at the club in late Mireskandari also said he introduced Prime Social operations manager Dean Maddox to Harris County Precinct 2 commissioner candidate and former sheriff Adrian Garcia at a Memorial-area fundraiser in June The check was one of the few big-dollar donations of his nascent campaign. The county judge, however, said she never endorsed the idea or spoke with Mireskandari about it. Post Oak and Athari did not. In an Aug.