He had a heart attack last month.
"Nothing I could do at this point would help my image."
He was involved in a "love triangle" with an employee.
Prosecutors said he's agreed to a ten-year prison sentence.
The ex–money manager's funds funneled at least $2 billion to Madoff.
So, does yesterday’s court “ruling” mean the Wilpons are more likely to retain control of the Mets or less?
Doing the drop-it-like-it's-hot move with daughter-in-law Stephanie.
From 'Tower Heist' and '2 Broke Girls' to 'Law & Order's, there have been a lot of fake Madoffs.
"It's just not the way I am."
But they didn't try super-hard.
It might be a while.
Sort of good news for Wilpon and Katz.