Fund Manager of Major Democrat Financier Accused of Rape and Torture
A former portfolio manager for an investment fund of Democrat financier George Soros is being sued for $27 million by three women who claim he brutally raped and beat them in a penthouse dungeon.
The lawsuit is against Howie Rubin, a 62-year-old married father of two, who allegedly carried out his acts in an $8 million penthouse in Metropolitan Tower, according to the New York Post. He allegedly carried out his acts in a side room with ropes and chains.
The three plaintiffs remain unnamed, but include two Playboy Playmates. Rubin allegedly paid women $2,000 to $5,000 for each session, and the plaintiffs claim, according to court papers cited by New York Post, that he “raped and beat them to the point that they needed extensive medical attention.”
It states Rubin “gagged, tied up and viciously abused the women,” allegedly punched one in the head, and allegedly told one of his victims, “I’m going to rape you like I rape my daughter.”
The report explains several other brutal attacks on the women allegedly carried out by Rubin. It states that Rubin is declining to comment.
Jeremy Saland, a lawyer representing one of the women, told the New York Post that “While arrogance and self-import may convince certain men otherwise, neither money nor power gives any person the right to victimize a woman.”
Rubin is a portfolio manager for Soros Fund Management, LLC. According to MS Cure for a Hope, which lists him as a director, Rubin had been retired but was “coaxed back to work by George Soros” to run the Mortgage-Backed Securities Fund of Soros Fund Management, LLC.
Soros is a controversial multi-billionaire who has financed numerous revolutions around the world, several far-left organizations in the United States, and Democrat political campaigns.
A We the People petition to the White House in August called for Soros to be labeled a terrorist, alleging that he “willfully and on an ongoing basis attempted to destabilize and otherwise commit acts of sedition against the United States and its citizens.”
The petition received 151,417 signatures, more than 100,000 required to get a response from the White House.
Soros is described in Chinese military doctrine as a “financial terrorist,” and a key Chinese military document from 1999, “Unrestricted Warfare,” describes Soros as a model for the Chinese Communist Party’s financial warfare strategies.
“The typical characteristics of terrorism including being transnational, concealed, without rules, and tremendously destructive, have given us reason to call it financial terrorism,” the document states, adding, “Judging by this kind of standard, who can say that George Soros is not a financial terrorist?”
The charges against Rubin follow a series of sexual assault and rape accusations on numerous key figures in Hollywood, news agencies, and political circles. They began after a New York Times report from Oct. 5 exposed sexual harassment accusations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
After Weinstein’s alleged victims stepped forward, other victims of rape, sexual harassment, and assault also began to come forward.
Among the latest cases were NPR’s senior vice president of news Michael Oreskes who stepped down on Nov. 1 amid allegations of sexual harassment; actress Paz de la Huerta alleging on Nov. 2 that Weinstein raped her twice; and child actor Corey Feldman re-emerging to expose what he says is a pedophile ring in Hollywood.
Meanwhile, actor Kevin Spacey is being accused of making sexual advances on a 14-year-old boy, and on Nov. 2 Spacey was accused of sexual misconduct by eight employees on the “House of Cards” show where he starred.
Spacey was caught up in similar accusations in 2015, after details emerged on billionaire convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. He ran his notorious “Lolita Express,” which allegedly held underage girls as sex slaves. Epstein allegedly invited men to engage in group pedophilia.
After Epstein was exposed, according to the UK Independent, it was also exposed that others including Spacey, Chris Tucker, and Bill Clinton flew on the Lolita Express.
The Daily Mail reported in May 2016 that “Epstein’s jet was reportedly set up with a bed where guests had group sex with young girls,” and that one of the girls, Virginia Giuffre, claims she was held as a “sex slave” in Epstein’s harem when she was just 15 years old.
Fox News reported in May 2016, citing flight logs, that Bill Clinton took “at least 26 trips aboard the ‘Lolita Express,'” and allegedly ditched his Secret Service details for at least five of the flights.