Scotsona, Idaho (CNN) — Scottingdale, the largest hotel chain in the state, is investigating the alleged prostitution scandal at its hotels near Seattle.
The Scottysdale Hotels & Resorts company is notifying all of its employees, including the chief executive officer, of the matter, the company said in a statement.
The hotel, which is based in Scotch Springs, Idaho, is owned by the same company that owns and operates the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The company has no immediate plans to investigate the case, it said.
ScottsDell has been under investigation for years by the FBI for alleged fraud, mismanagement and mismanagement of the company, which has been in the news recently after a report about its employees engaging in sex acts on the hotel’s property.
ScotsDell said it is cooperating with the FBI and other authorities.
The company did not immediately respond to CNN’s request for comment.CNN’s Steve Mays contributed to this report.