Billionaire Roundup: Inauguration Edition | Celebrity Net Worth

Hey party people! I hope in 2021 you have behaved more slowly than in 2020, at least so far we have a new administration office in the US this week and there is a change in the air. Do you know what does not change? Our favorites are the Shinnigans of billionaires and their families. Information on how Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner treat their Social Security expansion is clearly not too surprising. JY Lee of Samsung is still having legal trouble and going back to jail. Finally, two billionaires have died – one at the age of 57 and the other at the age of 87. Buckle Up, this is the latest version of the Billionaire Roundup.

Ivanka and Jared have six bathrooms and none of their secret service details were allowed to be used

This week a baseless report surfaced claiming that Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner had six bathrooms in their home in Washington DC’s Kalorama neighborhood, but they allowed agents of the Secret Service to use any of them Did not give As a result, the Secret Service spent months trying to find a bathroom to use at work. Agents allegedly had to resort to using porta-potties or ringing the doorbell of nearby neighbors, such as Obama and Mike Pence, to use their bathrooms. Another report claimed that the federal government has been spending $ 3,000 a month to rent a studio apartment in the basement of a friend of the Kushner family since September 2017, so agents have something to relieve themselves there is space. What is it worth, the Secret Service issued a statement denying this story, but can’t you easily imagine that it is true?

Lee Jae-yong

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Samsung heir sentenced to jail … again

Samsung’s billionaire vice chairman JY Lee (Lee Jae-yong) is dealing with his legal dispute with South Korean prosecutors over bribery and corruption charges that date back to 2015. The recently concluded second trial and Lee have been convicted of bribery, embezzlement, and concealment of the offender in the amount of $ 7.8 million. The court also said that Samsung, the independent compliance committee set up in early 2020, is not yet fully effective. The court’s ruling ruled that Lee “actively provided bribes and explicitly told the president to use his power to help Samsung in his uninterrupted succession.” Lee was sentenced to two years and six months in prison. He has already spent some time behind bars, which would count the length of time he served, leaving Lee nearly 18 months in prison.

Billionaire Benjamin D Rothschild died of heart attack at age 57

Benjamin de Rothschild of the famous French Rothschild banking family died suddenly at his home in Switzerland. He was 57. The cause of death was a heart attack. Benjamin was born on July 30, 1963, to Edmund and Nadine de Rothschild. His paternal grandparents fled to Switzerland during World War II. He led the financial group of the Edmund de Rothschild Group since 1997. His father established the business in 1953. Under Baron, the group grew into interests in restaurants and hotels with interests in France and Switzerland to manage more than $ 175 billion in assets. The Rothschild Empire sprang up overnight from the slums of the 18th-century ghetto of Frankfurt. One day, Mayor Amschel Rothschild ran a coin dealership and then, in a blink of an eye, became the head of the world’s richest family, with five of his sons working in London, Paris, Vienna, Naples and Frankfurt. Benjamin D. Rothschild leaves behind a wife and four daughters.

Billionaire Casino Tycoon Sheldon Adelson Dead at 87

Sheldon Adelson had a height of life and career. He founded COMDEX in the late 1970s. He bought the Sands Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas for $ 110 million ($ 240,652,663 in today’s money). In 1989, he built the Sands Expo & Convention Center, the only privately owned and operated convention center in the US, celebrating a honeymoon with his wife Mary in Venice in 1991, he got the idea for a new resort and hotel . Once back home in Las Vegas, he demolished the Sands and spent $ 1.5 billion to build the Venetian, which opened in 1999. He also owned the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore as well as the Israeli newspaper “Israel Hayam” and the American newspaper. Las Vegas Review-Journal. “Adelson was also a well-known and big-money supporter of the GOP. But the interesting thing is that he was a Democrat until 1996. Adelson died at his home in Malibu, California, on January 11, 2021. His body came to Israel on January 14. And he was laid to rest in a small private ceremony in Jerusalem on January 15. Mount of Olives. He is survived by his beloved wife, Mary Adelson.

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