The people who work at the SEC are awesome. Given. The greatest minds on Wall Street, you'd be hard-press to find a group of more impressive individuals. Their accomplishments are far too many to mention but to name just a few: Guinness Book of World Records holder for most attempts to log on to manboyjuice.com during the course of the business day, missed astounding number of scams even when they were literally all up in their grills over and over and over again, and so on and so forth. And while they're used to the kicking of ass and the taking of names (just par for their course) and the unending accolades, it's still gotta be a pretty proud day when when of their own is publicly recognized like this:
The lawsuit is explosive -- in it, 55-year-old Leicester Bryce Stovell claims he met Gloria in a D.C. area bar in 1984 ... and had unprotected sex with her on the night they met. He later found out she was 15-years-old at the time ... he was 29. But the man making the claim isn't some schmuck -- dude is a Princeton graduate ... who earned a law degree from the University of Chicago ... and then became a Senior Legal Advisor for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
In his suit, Stovell claims he has a very clear recollection of the night he had "consensual sexual relations" with Gloria -- in fact, he even remembers apologizing for his sub-par performance...Leicester -- a self-proclaimed high school star athlete -- says he remembers telling Gloria, "Well, if he's mine, make sure he plays basketball." He claims that was the last time he saw Gloria for more than 20 years.