Killer Of FSU Star's Father Wins $90,000 At World Series Of Poker

2004 World Series Of Poker Tournament

A man who is out on bond in the death of FSU football star Travis Rudolph's father at a West Palm Beach strip club was in Vegas over the weekend, winning $90,000 at the World Series of Poker.  

37-year old Paul Senat is accused of firing a gun through a wall at Sugar Daddy's back in April.  The bullet hit Darryl Rudolph, who was in another room doing maintenance work at the club.  

Senat is charged with manslaughter and pleaded not guilty.  While a judge ordered the man to have no contact with Rudolph's family or with anyone at the club, and he can't have weapons, it's not known whether he had any travel restrictions in place.  

Senat claims he took the gun off a shelf and didn't realize it had fired until he saw Rudolph bleeding in the adjacent room.  

He was reportedly part owner of Sugar Daddy's.

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