New York Millionaire Banker Seen Attacking Woman in Violent Encounter

By Madz Dizon

Jun 10, 2024 10:04 AM EDT

An incident occurred on the streets of New York on Saturday (June 8) evening, where a millionaire investment banker was captured on camera engaging in a physical altercation with a woman, resulting in her falling to the ground.

Millionaire Investment Banker Caught in Violent Altercation in Brooklyn

A man named Jonathan Kaye, aged 52 was observed throwing a forceful overhand punch at a woman in Brooklyn.

He resides in a luxurious four-bedroom townhouse in the affluent neighborhood of Park Slope, valued at $4 million. The cause of the confrontation remains uncertain, Daily Mail reported.

Kaye is a prominent Managing Director at Moelis & Company, a highly regarded investment bank located in Midtown Manhattan.

The video does not capture the events leading up to the violent altercation, but it does show the assailant walking away in a chaotic state, with a jacket stained with liquid on the back.

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Moelis & Co. Executive Allegedly Injures Woman and Another Person

Based on the text written over the clip, the individual allegedly broke the woman's nose and caused injury to another person's arm.

According to the company, Kaye has been in charge of Moelis & Co.'s Global Business Services franchise since 2013.

He has prior experience at CitiBank, where he was managing director in the Global Mergers & Acquisitions Group.

According to Yahoo, Kaye resides in an upscale four-bedroom townhouse in the affluent Park Slope neighborhood, estimated to be worth over $4 million.

The extravagant residence is conveniently located only three blocks from Ginger's Bar, one of the few remaining lesbian bars in Brooklyn.

An assault took place during the festivities in Park Slope on Saturday as a large crowd gathered to celebrate the 28th annual Brooklyn Pride Multicultural Festival.

The event, which included a 5K run and a parade along Fifth Avenue, attracted thousands of people throughout the day.

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