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Chilling Lawsuit Details Playboy Models Were “Beaten and Raped” In Manhattan Sex Dungeon 

A $27 million federal lawsuit was filed on Thursday that reads like something between American Psycho and a sinister version of Fifty Shades of Grey. Wall Street bigwig Howard Rubin stands accused of luring three unsuspecting women – two of which were former Playboy models – to his private sex dungeon in Manhattan, New York, where they were raped and beaten as part of a twisted sex game.

Rubin is a former manager at one of George Soros’ investment funds’ his notorious Wall Street trading career crashed in 1987 when he was blamed for incurring $377 million of losses at Merrill Lynch which is featured in the book and movie adaption “The Big Short.”

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Tao Uptown restaurant where the girls claim they had dinner before they were raped 

The 63-page lawsuit filed against Rubin details that three Florida women – named Hillary Lawson, Kristina Hallman and Stephanie Caldwell – claim that 62-year-old Rubin is secretly running a human trafficking ring and he pays women to lure his victims, often with the promise of a photo shoot, to his $8 million rented penthouse.

Plaintiffs claimed once they were inside the dungeon, they were subjected to sexual assault, rape, false imprisonment and beatings so severe they needed reconstructive surgery. After, they were threatened to keep quiet about the assaults.

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According to The Daily Beast, the lawsuit was filed their suit under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, a law originally created for prosecution of members of the mob.

They allege that a female “fixer”, 29-year-old Stephanie Shon who has since deleted her accounts on social media, would approach models online and offer them a $2,000 ‘no-strings-attached’ opportunity to “meet the boss.” They were then flown to New York and if Rubin “liked her” then $3,000 extra would be paid in exchange for photos. Shon would also tell the girls that Rubin was a “great guy” and the trip was “not about sex.”

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When the girls arrived at his 76th floor penthouse located at the Metropolitan Tower, the hallways were decorated with pictures of Rubin and Playboy models. They were then told to sign a non-disclosure agreement which had been drafted by former assistant district attorney Yifat Schnur, according to The New York Post,  before they were led to a side room that featured ropes, chains, sex toys and other BDSM equipment.

Schnur, who now works as a defense attorney based in New Jersey, is also accused in the lawsuit for “obstructing justice” and “intimidating witnesses.”

The lawsuit states that Rubin gagged, tied up and viciously abused the women including punching one in the head. He shouted at a model, “I’m going to rape you like I rape my daughter” and another victim was beaten so badly “that her right implant flipped.” She was paid $20,000 to cover up the damage. Another model detailed how she was made to call Rubin “Daddy” and was beaten so badly she passed out.

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Howard Rubin with his daughter on her wedding day 

Lawyer Jeremy Saland, stated: “While arrogance and self-importance may convince certain men otherwise, neither money nor power gives any person the right to victimize a woman.” Other victims have been urged to come forward.

Press have attempted to reach Howard Rubin to comment.

Read the entirety of the court documents here.

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