During his years at Stratton, Jordan Belfort worked with over 1,000 stock brokers and was involved in stock issues totaling more than US$1 billion, which were later described in his memoir.
A man who was considered to have the investment Midas touch, had not actually invested a dime in the past fifteen years. Instead he’d been running the largest Ponzi scheme in history.
Wine enthusiast and high-end dealer, Rudy Kurniawan, was convicted of wine fraud after blending a series of cheap wines to make the rare and expensive 1947 Château Lafleur.
Rachel Williams made a new friend named Anna Delvey who came from a wealthy German family, lived in a New York City hotel, and was starting a foundation, but who was she really?