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Judge bars woman from Seminole Tribe's casino after incident

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A judge in Florida barred a woman from a casino owned by the Seminole Tribe after she engaged in a scuffle with security guards and local police officers.

Erin Lyman, 23, allegedly pushed a security guard and kicked another one in the groin at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek. She also allegedly kicked at police when they arrived at the facility on Sunday.

"I'm going to order you not to return to the Seminole Hard Rock," Judge John Hurley told Lyman, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. "I'm going to also order you not to return to anywhere on the Seminole Reservation."

Lyman faces charges of battery and resisting arrest.

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Woman, 23, arrested, 'hobble strapped' at Hard Rock, ordered not to return (The South Florida Sun-Sentinel 12/4)

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