A new toy for those scammed by the Ponz.
The British army veteran had lost all his savings to Bernie Madoff.
The SEC is looking into the Caribbean-based financier, who has $51 billion under management.
What if we were to tax, oh, I dunno, BERNIE MADOFF?
The Florida Ponzi-schemer, 76, comes home to be with his people.
Was she in on it? We consider the possibilities.
Bernie Madoff taketh away, but he also giveth.
Hmmm? Hmmm, indeed.
In the wake of the Madoff scandal, Linda Thomsen calls it quits.
Also, Hermès made money over Christmas and Marc Jacobs's boyfriend has an amazing T-shirt.
But not so embarrassed that she wouldn't pose for the 'Post'.
But if he did know anything, he wasn't the only one who knew something and didn't do anything. Or something?
You know, because she's on Percocet. Otherwise, the 15-year-old would be the life of the party.
So was John Malkovich. And other surprises from his list of victims.
Madoff had "a lot of help," he said. "A robust information-technology business and people taking in money and sending out money."
The halls of Bernard Madoff Investment Securities were always kept, ironically, squeaky-clean.
The reclusive and cranky financier who blew the whistle on Bernie Madoff will finally (let's hope) appear in front of Congress.
Is Bernie Madoff contagious, and like in that horrible M. Night Shyamalan movie, can contact with him make you go all crazy and lawless?
Thankfully, he wasn't behind the wheel. Plus, Mickey Rourke writes thank-you notes, and other surprises, in today's gossip roundup.
'Bring your punk ass up out that penthouse. We need that money back.'