To be fair, Randy Mastro could've been referring to any one of these things, or maybe a combination of them:
- The time she said "I am all woman. Sometimes it makes men uncomfortable."
- The time she made employees choose between doing Jell-O shots off of her stomach or licking whipped cream off her rack
- Laying unsolicited kisses on investors
- Her oft-told joke, "There are three universal lies: Margins are weak, but we’ll make it up in volume; the check’s in the mail; and I won’t come in your mouth."
- The decor in her office (whips and handcuffs and a picture of herself laying across the hood of a Mercedes)
- The accusation that she "intentionally w[ore] skirts so short that people got an eyeful during business meetings"
- The accusation that she "conducted a work atmosphere so filled with sexual innuendos and a river of vulgarities as to create needless job stress, tension, emotional distress, and humiliation on the part of the employees in her presence"
- The time she posed for New York Magazine wearing only a fur coat
- The aforementioned naughty Christmas cards to clients
...when he said this, on the first day of Tilton's fraud trial:
“She’s a character, she’s larger than life and she’s all woman."
Obviously, this is an amazing way to start a trial that has to do with "the value of assets backing three debt funds." We look forward to the day one of her male counterparts in the biz is described by his lawyer as:
- All man
- A person who leads with his dick
- Some variant thereof