House of Shame
In the midst of running their elaborate Ponzi scheme, the Madoff family invested money in some actual investments—namely, real estate in Manhattan, Long Island and Greenwich.
The government came for Ruth and Bernie Madoff’s penthouse years ago, but the real estate holdings of the rest of the family have taken a little longer to claim, as the courts untangle the many complications of recovering cash stolen by the clan.
It’s a Kard-astrophe! Only 72 days after reality entertainment star Kim Kardashian and her husband Brooklyn Nets (if that is their real name) NBA star Kris Humphries tied the knot, the duo is now filing for divorce. We really thought these two kids could make it…at least through another season of Kourtney & Kim Take New York.
Poor Kris: he’s apparently devastated over the idea that the love of his life…not to mention his ca-ching money train…is leaving the station so soon. Oh well, what’s the infamous saying? All’s fair in love and Dior.
This weekend, the Post continued its gleeful coverage of the downfall of Ruth Madoff, and while their mockery is always fun in a “boys will be boys” kind of way, the latest development doesn’t really invite criticism the way past stories have. Ms. Madoff now apparently lives in Florida, near her sister, Read More
Sure, Bernie and Ruth Madoff had a pair of diamond earrings, five fur coats, Christofle flatware, Tiffany placecard holders, dozens of Audmar Piquet watches, and a hipstery satin Mets jacket, but of all the items going up for auction this week, it’s apparently the duck decoys from their yard in Montauk that are generating the Read More
Scheming investor Bernard Madoff, according to David Patrick Columbia, is the the most talked about name among the socials these days. And now, aside from the particulars of his high-profile money cons, Mr. Madoff’s beautifying treatments, dining habits, and leasurly activities are also undergoing public scrutiny.
When former Lehman CEO Dick Fuld Read More