Skip to comments.Man stole almost $10 million from investor to bankroll Las Vegas sports gambling, lavish lifestyle, feds say
Posted on 01/23/2020 10:19:48 AM PST by DUMBGRUNT
He arrived at casinos with all the subtlety of a royal flush, the article said, dressing in $6,000 Louis Vuitton hoodies and $2,500 high-top sneakers. He rolled with a colorful crew that included a financial manager, an enforcer and a pickup artist, it said.
Its not just gambling. Its a lifestyle, Gorodetsky was quoted as saying
Gorodetsky isnt an analytics junky, he largely bets on gut instinct, the blog said. Thats part of what makes @BigRobStyle such an entertaining follow.
Over a four-month period beginning in February 2014, he fraudulently obtained more than $953,000 from Victim A for the purported purpose of investing in the stock market,
Gorodetsky spent at least $2.2 million of the victims funds on items unrelated to sports bets, including to pay his living, travel and entertainment expenses, as well as purchase luxury cars and jewelry, the charges said.
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Apart from a mink fur LV hoodie (which is more like $15k) these aren’t even better than that of Nike.
Sounds like this guy can afford one of Pelosi’s $2,000 Impeachment Pens.
..Did Hunter grow a beard? LMAO
There is the reason why this guy played with ‘gut instinct’. His face doesn’t spell math expert.
Who are an idiot ‘investor’ who gave him 10 million?
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