A homeless man photographed sleeping on cardboard pizza boxes on a New York City sidewalk was discovered to be 52-year-old William Preston King, a once successful Wall Street stockbroker and former friend of Jordan Belfort, whose life was the subject of Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street.”
The homeless King was photographed by the NYPD’s Sergeants Benevolent Association (SBA) as part of a campaign to push City Hall to fix the homeless problem, according to the New York Post. After the SBA sent their collection of photographs to their 5,000 subscribers this week, King, who was captured sleeping on pizza boxes in Greenwich Village, was identified by his younger sister Kristine King, who came forward in an attempt to locate her brother.
Hanna Bouveng, a 25-year-old former marketing intern, is now $18 million richer after winning a sexual harassment case against her 43-year-old former boss, Benjamin Wey, the CEO of New York Global Group.
Back in 2013, Bouveng, the granddaughter of a Swedish billionaire aluminum company founder, met Wey, a married father of three, at a party in the Hamptons. Shortly after, Wey hired Bouveng to work as an intern at New York Global Group, a U.S.- and Asia-based investment firm in Manhattan. According to the suit, Wey immediately began to pressure her into sex.
When Gary Cohn was a kid, his teacher told his parents that if he was really lucky, he might grow up to be a truck driver.
Growing up in Cleveland, Cohn was basically labelled the class idiot. His struggles in school led to him being diagnosed with the reading disorder dyslexia. By the sixth grade, he had attended four different schools.
Above are the faces of an extremely successful $7-million-a-year investment banker, Sage Kelly (left), and his wife, Christina Di Mauro (right). They both have severe alcohol and cocaine addictions, Kelly has been known to defecate on beds, floors and walls when he’s blasted, and together, they might just be the worst rich parents in the world. This is an intimate look into their personal lives which they have so thoughtfully made public.