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A former portfolio manager for an investment fund founded by financier George Soros sexually abused women at a Manhattan penthouse dungeon, according to a $27 million Brooklyn federal suit. Howie Rubin, 62, whose high-stakes dealing was featured in the best-selling books “Liar’s Poker” and “The Big Short,” rented the lavish Metropolitan Tower pad in Midtown…

Having first made headlines this past November, it appears that Howard Rubin, the former investment fund manager for George Soros, has been charged with a new allegation of rape. In November, it was reported that three women who alleged that Rubin raped them in his penthouse sex dungeon had joined forces and filed a $27…

A $27 million federal lawsuit was filed on Thursday that reads like something between American Psycho and a sinister version of Fifty Shades of Grey. Wall Street bigwig Howard Rubin stands accused of luring three unsuspecting women – two of which were former Playboy models – to his private sex dungeon in Manhattan, New York,…

According  to a new $27 million Brooklyn federal suit, a former portfolio manager for an investment fund sexually abused and assaulted women in his Manhattan penthouse dungeon. Howard Rubin, a former Bear Sterns trader, rented the space in Midtown’s Metropolitan Tower so he could have “brutal sex” with women, reports the New York Post. He paid the women…

A former manager of one of George Soros’ investment funds has been accused of human trafficking, violent rape and assault in an extraordinary $27million lawsuit filed by three Florida models. Howard ‘Howie’ Rubin, 62, is accused of sexually assaulting three women, two of whom are former Playboy bunnies, at an $8million penthouse in Manhattan in…

In two separate civil suits, multiple women say that Wall Street portfolio manager Howard Rubin—infamous for his role in Merrill Lynch losing $275 million dollars in one quarter in 1987, later documented in the bestselling book Liar’s Poker—paid people to lure them to a Manhattan penthouse, where he bound them, beat them, and raped them…

The man best known for losing more money on Wall Street than anyone else before the 1987 stock market crash stands to lose $27 million more and what’s left of his reputation, if a federal court believes the allegations in an explosive new lawsuit filed against him and a gaggle of so-called conspirators in Brooklyn…

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