Top investment fund manager for George Soros ‘raped and beat women’

The former manager of one of George Soros’ investment funds has been accused of leading a ‘human trafficking enterprise’ in which he allegedly raped, abused and imprisoned women in a Manhattan sex dungeon, according to a $27million law suit seen by DailyMail.com.
Former Bear Stearns trader Howard ‘Howie’ Rubin, 62, is accused by three Florida women, including two Playboy bunnies, of raping and beating them in a rented $8million Midtown penthouse which he allegedly rigged with ropes, chains, and other BDSM equipment.
He is said to have lured dozens of women from all over the US by offering between $2,000 and $5,000 for ‘supposed companionship and photoshoots’ before assaulting some so brutally that they needed cosmetic and dental reconstructive surgery, according to the suit.
In another he beat a woman’s breasts ‘so badly that her right implant flipped,’ for which he paid her $20,000 to repair, the papers filed by civil lawyer John Balestriere said.
The suit alleges that Rubin told victims he would tie them up and rape them, telling one: ‘I’m going to rape you like I rape my daughter’.
Four otherer up Rubin’s sexual misconduct and criminal abuse of women and to serve as a cover for his wide-ranging human trafficking scheme.’
One person, who is not named, is accused of hacking into the alleged victims’ computers to try to prevent the ‘Enterprise’ from being exposed.
In one session, Rubin allegedly gagged a woman and shocked her with a cattleprod to the groin before raping her, according to the lawsuit.
The alleged abuse began in 2010 when the Enterprise purchased the Manhattan penthouse through a company called Blue Icarus.
The suit calls Rubin’s alleged criminal network ‘The Enterprise’ and says it has ‘been in existence for many years’.

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