A San Diego mother of two has withdrawn her lawsuit against the Chuck E. Cheese’s chain that had claimed the outlets’ arcade games were “casino-style gambling devices.” Denise Keller earlier this week filed a dismissal “without prejudice” of her civil suit, which had sought damages and restitution. Brenda Holloway, a spokeswoman for Irving, Texas-based CEC Entertainment Inc., said in an emailed statement Friday: “Chuck E. Cheese’s has ...
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