A financial advisor to the rich and famous, including such Hollywood stars as Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of using at least $30m in clients’ money to fund his extravagant lifestyle — including a recently purchased $7.5mn condominium.
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