Casino mogul Steve Wynn has been hit with two more sexual-assault allegations, adding to a spate of misconduct claims reported last month. Two women have filed complaints with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department alleging that Wynn, also the former Republican National Committee finance chairman, sexually assaulted them in the 1970s, the department said in a statement. One alleged assault occurred in Chicago and the other in Las Vegas, police said. No further details were provided. The Las Vegas case will not be investigated, police said, as the statute of limitations has expired. The second report will be forwarded to the Chicago Police Department. Wynn resigned as both RNC finance chairman and chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts after numerous women accused him of sexual misconduct. He has denied any wrongdoing.