The Second Man
Those close to this disgraced former A- list mostly television actress from a long running hit show know the identity of the person footing the bill for legal services in exchange for sex.
He has got some very big pockets and is close to some other people who also are in need of legal services for the same issue.
What people didn’t know is who is the second person she has been hooking up with. The guy she says she wants to be with forever.
No one has seen him.
It is a jaw dropper.
Apparently it is one of the people that was investigating her.
Not sure if the person is local or federal.
It seems like a huge conflict of interest regardless of their jurisdiction.
Girlfriend beating Atty Gen. Schneiderman resigns; now we know why he wouldn’t prosecute Raniere!
The volcanic temper, the humongous ego, the guy who threatens anyone who dares stand in his way, has been using the color of law and the power of his office to go after his political enemies for years. He was above the law – he didn’t have to play by the rules. But now, he appears to have gotten his comeuppance..
First a synopsis of the New Yorker story:
New York State’s highest-ranking law-enforcement officer faces accusations of four women who say he was physically violent with them.
One night, in the bedroom of his Upper West Side apartment, he backed Manning Barish up to the edge of his bed and “slapped me, open handed and with great force, across the face, landing the blow directly onto my ear … . My ear was ringing. I lost my balance and fell backward onto the bed. I sprang up… he pushed me back down. He then used his body weight to hold me down, and he began to choke me. The choking was very hard…. I was being beaten by a man… I was crying and in shock.”
Schneiderman accused her of scratching him. He told her, “You know, hitting an officer of the law is a felony.”
Manning Barish says her ear bothered her for months. She kept hearing odd gurgling sounds. Once, blood trickled out, reaching her collarbone.
Manning Barish sought medical help and the doctor confirmed to the New Yorker that she removed “dried bloody crust” from Manning Barish’s ear.
Manning Barish said Schneiderman often slapped her across the face. He “controlled what I ate.” Manning Barish is five feet seven. She lost thirty pounds, falling to 103. She became emaciated; her hair started to fall out. Nevertheless, he squeezed her legs and called them “chubby.”
Manning Barish says Schneiderman would drink two bottles of wine then bring Scotch to the bedroom. He took prescription tranquilizers.
Sometimes in bed, he would be “shaking me and grabbing my face” demanding she repeat “I’m a little whore.” He told her, “If you ever left me, I’d kill you.” “’I am the law’” Manning Barish says Schneiderman told her.
In 2016, he took a female lawyer to a house. They started making out. He told the woman, “Yeah, you act a certain way and look a certain way, but I know that at heart you are a dirty little slut. You want to be my whore.” He became sexually aggressive. He slapped her across the face so hard the blow left a red handprint. She screamed, and started to sob. She told him she wanted to leave.
“You’d really be surprised,” he told her. “A lot of women like it. They don’t always think they like it, but then they do, and they ask for more.”
She demanded to be taken home. They got in his car. It became apparent how intoxicated he was. He drove, weaving along back roads. She was terrified he’d kill her and maybe another driver.
Tanya Selvaratnam met Schneiderman in 2016 and began dating. Schneiderman began physically abusing her in bed.
Selvaratnam says, “It wasn’t consensual. This wasn’t sexual playacting. This was abusive, demeaning, threatening behavior.”
Kristy Mazurek was a victim of the ruthless former State Assemblyman Dennis “Grab and Go” Gabryszak. Kristy and five other women – also victims – went to Schneiderman to ask to investigate. Instead, the attorney general covered it up.
“I don’t think it is a coincidence that I and other women who dealt with sexual harassment never got our day in court because Eric Schneiderman protected others like him,” Mazurek said.
In the case of Albany cult leader Keith Raniere, despite multiple complaints by numerous women over the course of years – women who claimed they were abused by Raniere and his sex slaver cult of NXIVM – Schneiderman seems to have, once again, ignored or covered up crimes of the notorious brander and starver of women. One can see why: He liked to beat and starve women himself. Maybe he saw Raniere as a potential partner-in-crime.
Yet Schneiderman was at the forefront of the #metoo movement. Isn’t it always the most sanctimonious of assholes who are the greatest closet offenders? – Source
Allison Mack is begging for a separate Nxivm trial
“Smallville” star Allison Mack is begging a judge to separate her case from accused Nxivm sex cult leader Keith Raniere’s — in the wake of fresh allegations that he abused children.
Mack’s team of lawyers made the request Friday in a filing that also seeks to have tossed out a superseding indictment against her, Raniere and their co-defendants.
“The Court should not allow evidence of Child Exploitation Acts before any jury that will judge Ms. Mack. As an initial matter, any evidence of the alleged Child Exploitation Acts would highly and unfairly prejudice Ms. Mack, who has no connection whatsoever to these new predicate acts or the substantive counts against Raniere,” the filing said. “Given the well-recognized inflammatory effect of such allegations, the Court should sever Ms. Mack from Raniere and order a separate trial.”
Prosecutors allege that Raniere, 58, had sexual relationships with children and made kiddie porn — and that Mack and her co-defendants Seagram heiress Clare Bronfman, Lauren Salzman and Kathy Russell “facilitated” the illicit affairs.
Mack, 36, was slapped with an additional racketeering charge — but her lawyers downplayed the new indictment as “barely changed” from the initial one but acknowledged that it added “disturbing allegations” against Raniere.- Source
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