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Friday, October 31, 2014

MSNBC host Donny Deutch found guilty of scamming realtor out of $1 million over the sale of his $30 million Hamptons home

MSNBC host Donny Deutsch has been found guilty of scamming a realtor out of over $1 million in commission on the sale of his former $30 million home in the Hamptons.

Real estate broker Edward Petrie had claimed he was done out of his 4 percent commission after Deutsch went behind his back and brokered the 2010 sale privately to avoid paying the fee.

Petrie had found a potential buyer in hedge fund boss Howard Marks, but once Deutsch realized he knew Marks, the realtor claimed that the TV host went behind his back.

Justice Charles Ramos awarded Petrie’s employer, Sotheby’s, $1.2 million in compensation in court last week, reports The New York Post.

‘This court considers that and refusal to acknowledge [Petrie] as the broker to be marks of dishonesty and greed,’ wrote Ramos.

‘Both characteristics are particularly unbecoming when exhibited by those blessed with great wealth.’


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Deutch Bag!!