Stephen Schwarzman Nearly Scandalized By Sight Of Barechested Harlots

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Famous friend of Britain's Prince Andrew Kazakhstan-born beauty Goga Ashkenazi threw a wild party at her St. Tropez villa over the weekend, complete with a topless crasher. Wealthy businesswoman Ashkenazi hosted 350 for dinner, then added another 200 guests to join an after-party. Revelers included Joan Collins, Blackstone's Steve Schwarzman, Denise Rich, movie producer Lawrence Bender and model Victoria Silvstedt. Grace Jones performed in a black thong when a young woman, who guests described as a "party crasher," jumped onstage and ripped off her top to "grind" with the rock goddess, before the intruder was "escorted out by security," a spy said. [NYP]

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