Sanford Rubenstein–accused of rape, details of his seedy lifestyle have emerged
In the wake of allegations of rape against Sanford Rubenstein, famed civil rights attorney, it seems an appropriate time to generalize about the sexual behaviors of Jewish men.
The Jew male begins life with a Rabbi biting his penis in the ancient ritual of circumcision. If that’s not enough to screw you up for life, then there’s the Talmud. Not all Jews follow the holy book of rabbinical teachings but it sure seems to have an impact on the Jewish male far beyond the number of followers. That book advises on all manner of sexual behavior, promoting adult-child sex among other abominations.
Jewish males created and dominate the pornography industry, too. There we have another social affliction leading to sexual abnormality.
Then we have numerous books by Jewish writers detailing the sexual obsessions of Jews. Philip Roth comes to mind off the top of my head.
And sexual obsession was the theme of Dr. Sigmund Shlomo Freud’s famous works on psychoanalysis. In more comtemporary times, we have Howard Stern and his bizarre deviant interests.
Driven to dominate the shiksa, the Jew male spends a great deal of time and money in strip clubs, according to Mr. Stern.
And so we have this excerpt from the full story, alleging a seedy, sordid lifestyle by attorney Rubenstein.
The Post, quoting ‘sources close to Rubenstein,’ alleges a tawdry personal life that revolved around the constant pursuit of sex.
One source told the newspaper: ‘The guy’s hung like a cashew.’
Another said: ‘Every time I see him, he wants to tell me about his latest ménage à trois. It’s all about sex with this guy.’
Neighbors say they often seen the septuagenarian lawyer with young women ‘barely out of their teens,’ according to the Post.
One source says the Rubenstein is a regular at strip clubs. He reportedly spent to much time at high-end club Scores that all the strippers greeted him by name when he came in. He also reportedly paid an artist to paint a series of canvasses depicting the club – including a scene showing him getting a rub-down, the Post claims.
He currently haunts at a strip club in Hell’s Kitchen that features muscled, tattooed strippers who are black or Hispanic and prefers women who are 5-foot-11 or taller, the Post claims.
Meanwhile, attorneys representing the alleged victim said Monday they have ‘devastating’ information about the alleged crime.
Sources familiar with the case have claimed that the 42-year-old woman, who works for Sharpton’s National Action Network, went home with the 70-year-old attorney willingly last week, and even had sex with him a second time the following morning.
But attorney Keith White who represents the alleged victim has challenged these assertions, insisting that a crime had been committed.
‘There’s a lot of new information that will be devastating to Mr. Rubenstein,’ White told New York Daily News. ‘We want to give the district attorney a chance to take this information and do the right thing.‘
White’s partner, Kenneth Montgomery, accused Rubenstein and his legal team headed by Benjamin Brafman of trying to ‘demonize’ his client.
Describing the 42-year-old as a mother and a pillar of the community, Montgomery said her ‘world has been turned upside down.’
Investigators suspect Rubenstein may have used an object to penetrate the 42-year-old woman during the alleged attack in his $7million Manhattan penthouse, making her bleed, sources told the New York Daily News.
The anonymous accusation, which emerged Sunday, is at odds with the source close to Rubenstein, who said the alleged attack that night was in fact consensual, and that more sex followed in the morning.
The claims came as investigators spent hours searching Rubenstein’s apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side for evidence.
On Monday afternoon, police removed a dozen evidence bags, among them one marked ‘biological evidence.’ They also carried a mattress out of Rubenstein’s apartment.
Rubenstein’s $7 million penthouse is at the top of this highrise in the tony Upper East Side of Manhattan
No criminal charges have been filed against Mr. Rubenstein yet. If and when the charges come, he, like everyone, deserves the presumption of innocence.
But if this case goes to trial, the sexual proclivities of one rich and famous Jew lawyer are going to ignite the pages of newspapers.
And more than a few strippers may step forth to tell their tales of intimate acquaintanceship with Mr. Rubenstein’s little “cashew.”