Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein referred to the circle of New York hedge fund operators who were vital to his $1 billion Ponzi as “goodfellas,” and cemented their friendship and trust by treating them to trips to strip clubs and the use of escorts at his home.

He also counts his forging of federal judges’ signatures and orders as one of the most “disturbing things to me” out of all his crimes.

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