Bruno Mars has allegedly 'racked up $50M gambling debt' at MGM casino during nine-year Las Vegas residency

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Bruno Mars has allegedly 'racked up $50M gambling debt' at MGM casino during nine-year Las Vegas residency
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BRUNO Mars has supposedly racked up a huge gambling debt during his Las Vegas residency.

The 38-year-old singer began his most recent Nevada stint in February and is expected to keep performing until April.

Bruno entered his ninth year of residency at the beginning of 2024.

Now the singer supposedly owes MGM Grand Casino $50million in gambling debt.

Bruno is said to be paying off his debts directly to the casino, according to News Nation.

The source said they were a, "Well placed Vegas insider."

"He owes millions," the source continued.

“(MGM) basically own him,” they added.

Bruno is said to make $90million off of his residency.

After paying off his debts and taxes, takes home $1.5million per night, said the source.

Representatives for MGM and Mars did not respond to News Nations‘ requests for comment.

This was not the first time Bruno faced struggles this year, with the star supposedly suffering relationship issues.

Bruno has been leading an increasingly separate life from his partner, Jessica Caban, who he has been with since 2011.

The couple spent Christmas and New Year's Eve apart, while his busy touring schedule has also kept them away from each other.

Even more pressure is believed to have been put on their relationship by his reluctance to get serious and tie the knot.

“Bruno and Jessica barely spend time together anymore — it is really sad," said a friend of the couple.

“They are living separate lives so it doesn’t bode well for their relationship. It feels like things are fizzling out between them.

“They have so much history together but we aren’t sure whether they will be able to save things this time.

“It would be hard for them to say goodbye but perhaps it’s for the best at this point.”

A rep for the star did not comment.

Bruno was asked during an interview in 2016 whether he would propose.

“She’s my best friend. My rock. What’s wrong with that? We’re just happy,” he responded.