Crown misled Victoria’s gaming regulator as it probed the arrests of 19 casino staff in China in 2016, an inquiry has heard. “At times they lied to me in the interview about what they were aware of and what they weren’t aware of,” Mr Bryant told the royal commission on Tuesday. “I thought it was one of the more pivotal incidents,” Mr Bryant said. “Does that mean, for example, providing you with full and frank information about the subject matter of your investigation?” Mr Finkelstein asked. “And co-operating in all respects to make sure you can conduct the investigation properly and efficiently?”“Yes,” Mr Bryant responded.