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All this week we've been hearing from people tangentially related to the "Wolf of Wall Street," AKA Jordan Belfort, and his second in command, Danny Porush, whose boiler room scam is the subject of an upcoming Martin Scorsese film. One was Josh Shapiro , a young Long Island guy who couldn't help but be seduced by the Quaaludes, cars, and hookers; another the ex-wife of Porush , who was surprised to hear her husband's business was built on lies, and also that he was leaving her for another woman, who he'd knocked up around the time the Feds raided Stratton Oakmont.
Both attest to the degenerate way of doing things depicted in the movie and book , which is said to include dwarf-tossing, chimpanzees, money taped to breasts, and threesomes as far as the eye can see. One guy not enthused about the portrayal of life at the firm? Danny Porush, who has held is tongue too long. Among his quibbles :. The claim that anyone sent out memo banning sex in the office during business hours.
Was there enough of that going on to probably warrant such a memo? Did an official one ever go out? The suggestion that he is not a friend of animals. Did he once threaten to eat someone's goldfish? Did he allow a chimpanzee to roam the office?
No, and he's downright offended at the mere notion. The suggestion that he is not a friend of dwarfs. Did he hire a bunch to serve as entertainment at a party? Did he treat them with the utmost respect, just as he would a person of a higher stature?
But what really frosts Porush's cookies? What makes him almost not want to see the movie? What he has a right mind to sue over? The claim that he engaged in a threesome with Jordan Belfort. Look, has he had sex with millions of women? Yes, and that figure is conservative at best. Has he has sex with many, many women at once?