Woman convicted of threatening Caesars Entertainment lawyers David Ferrara, Las Vegas Review-Journal · May 4, 2021 at 1:00 pm A federal jury has convicted a Las Vegas woman of mailing threatening letters to her mother’s former supervisor at Planet Hollywood Resort and to attorneys representing the resort’s parent company. Latonia Smith, 27, was found guilty on Thursday of five counts of mailing threatening communications. A sentencing date had not been set as of Monday. The threatening letters were sent to her mother’s former supervisor and to attorneys defending a lawsuit against Caesars Entertainment Corp., Planet Hollywood’s parent company, between September 2018 and October 2019. Smith said in the letters that her mother, Annecer Peruzar, was fired because of her supervisor’s racial bias, according to court records.