Friday, November 3, 2017

Top Investment Fund Manager for George Soros 'Ran Human Trafficking Enterprise in Which He Raped, Electrocuted and Imprisoned Women in NYC Sex Dundgeon'

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, report Daily Mail.

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 2016 which contains a secret 'dungeon' of sex toys, masks and BDSM 'apparatus'.

The women claim Rubin and his associates lured them to New York on JetBlue flights after contacting them on Instagram.

Once in Manhattan, they say he drugged them then violently beat them while they were gagged and bound in the sex dungeon, hitting woman so hard that she passed out as he demanded she call him 'daddy'.

Two of them say he warned them: 'I'm going to rape you like I rape my daughter,' before attacking them and one says he punched her breast so hard her implant 'flipped'.

They say he then covered up the alleged rapes and attacks and hushed them by paying them up to $5,000 each. His associates then gave them money to cover medical expenses incurred by the injuries he inflicted on them, they said.

They detail their allegations in a 63-page lawsuit filed in Brooklyn, New York, on Thursday which has seen.


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