01:15 GMT28 February 2021
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    A former portfolio manager for an investment company established by George Soros was accused of raping and abusing several women, including two Playboy Playmates.

    Howie Rubin, a 62-years old former portfolio manager for Bear Stearns, an investment fund founded by George Soros, now finds himself facing a $27 million lawsuit for allegedly abusing and raping several women, including two Playboy Playmates, in his Manhattan penthouse.

    According to the New York Post, the plaintiffs were taken by Rubin to a side room in his penthouse featuring various bondage paraphernalia and subjected to beating, rape and abuse; one of the victims even claimed that she was electrocuted with a cattle prod to her groin. The women were paid up to $5,000 per session and had to sign non-disclosure agreements.

    One of Rubin’s victims was allegedly subjected to such severe beating that her right breast implant "flipped", according to the lawsuit cited by the newspaper.

    The newspaper also pointed out that Rubin was collaborating with two female fixers and a lawyer who apparently helped to cover up these activities.


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