http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/..._5657995.html?utm_hp_ref=new-york&ir=New York Aug 6 (Reuters) - Donald Trump wants his name taken off two Atlantic City, New Jersey, casinos he founded but no longer controls, saying in a lawsuit that they have become so dilapidated that they damage his brand image. Trump says Trump Entertainment Properties, which owns and operates the Trump Taj Mahal and Trump Plaza, have let the casinos fall into "an utter state of disrepair," said a lawsuit filed on Tuesday in New Jersey Superior Court. The Plaza in particular, the lawsuit states, "has failed to meet industry standards across a wide range of categories, ranging from food and beverage services to overall cleanliness of the property." According to the lawsuit, Trump has no input in the casino's operations. In July, Trump Plaza Hotel in Atlantic City announced it would close in September, laying off 1,100 workers. Trump said he was given no prior notice of the layoffs, a move that added "insult to injury," the lawsuit said. The seashore casino is one of the poorest performers in Atlantic City, which began the year with 12 casinos. Trump Plaza booked less than half its rooms in the first quarter of 2014, and had the lowest gaming revenue of any of the city's casinos in May.