Which "Well-Known Moneyman" Rang In The New Year By Banging 4 Different Girls In Under 5 Hours? - Dealbreaker

Which "Well-Known Moneyman" Rang In The New Year By Banging 4 Different Girls In Under 5 Hours?

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Guess correctly and you've got the answer to today's Page Six blind item which asks, "Which well-known moneyman had sex with four young and attractive Asian women within five hours at his New Year's Eve bacchanal?"

Given his bachelor status and established love of throwing holiday parties and "scantily-clad nymphs," the signs do seem to point to a certain Goldman Sachs partner but we shouldn't jump to conclusions. It could be anyone. The term 'moneyman' may have been been loosely used to include 'money creator,' in which case Ben Bernanke could be in the running, as could a certain doctor of the economy, known to always be down for a good time. Swap 'attractive young Asian women' for 'cartons of cigarettes' and Jim Simons is a suspect.

Interested to hear your educated guesses.

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