Wall Street Trader Accused Of Raping Victims In Secret Penthouse Sex “Dungeon”

A former manager of one of George Soros’ investment funds has been accused of human trafficking, violent rape, and assault in a $27 million Brooklyn federal lawsuit filed by three models.

Howard “Howie” Rubin, who worked for an investment fund founded by financier George Soros, rented an $8 million Metropolitan Tower penthouse where he paid women between $2,000 and $5,000 per session to endure nonconsensual, torturous sessions, according to the suit filed Thursday.

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In court papers that read like a cross between 50 Shades of Grey and American Psycho, Rubin, who is married and has three children, is accused of sexually assaulting three women at his secret “dungeon” that allegedly contains sex toys, BDSM gear, and bondage equipment.

An excerpt of the Howard Rubin complaint documentsAn excerpt of the Howard Rubin complaint documents

An excerpt of the Howard Rubin complaint documents

You can read the entirety of the court documents here.

The three plaintiffs in the case, two of whom are former Playboy Playmates — Hillary Lawson, Kristina Hallman, and Stephanie Caldwell — claim the married father raped and beat them to the point that they needed extensive medical attention.

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I’m going to rape you like I rape my daughter,” Rubin allegedly said during one incident. One woman claims that as Rubin ordered her to call him “daddy,” he struck her so hard that she passed out.

On one occasion, one of the women was allegedly punched in the head — and in a separate incident, another woman claimed that he beat one of her breasts so badly that her implant was damaged. Rubin allegedly paid her $20,000 to repair the damage.

One plaintiff was tied up, gagged, and shocked with a cattle prod in her groin before Rubin allegedly raped her, according to the filing.

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It’s alleged that the women were procured for Rubin by two female “fixers,” Stephanie Shon and Jennifer Powers, who would contact women through Instagram. They would fly them to New York, claiming to hire them for photoshoots and to offer “companionship” to Rubin. They had the women sign nondisclosure agreements before meeting Rubin, the papers state. Shon, Powers, and a lawyer allegedley acted together to cover up his misdeeds and “serve as a cover for his wide-ranging human trafficking scheme.”

According to the documents, Powers herself is a former Hawaiian Tropic model who was involved with Rubin 10 to 12 years ago when he was in what he calls his “brunette phase.” Rubin now prefers blonde models. Powers was also allegedly injured during BDSM acts with Rubin. She is also married to one of Rubin’s associates, which is why she transitioned to running the procurement game instead of being of the victims.

While arrogance and self-import may convince certain men otherwise, neither money nor power gives any person the right to victimize a woman,” Jeremy Saland, a lawyer for one of the women, said.

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Rubin, a notorious Wall Street trader who is blamed for incurring $377 million of losses at Merrill Lynch in 1987 and who is featured in Liar’s Poker, has not yet commented on the allegations.

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Wall Street Trader Accused Of Raping Victims In Secret Penthouse Sex “Dungeon”

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