More than $1,000 was spent during four shopping trips at the Fresh Market, an upscale grocer that happens to have a notably fine wine and meat selection.
Curiously, the couple like to have alleged "campaign dinners" in Boca Raton in Palm Beach County. A visit to Chop's Lobster Bar in Boca Raton ran $682.20. Another dinner well outside of the district happened at Emeril's Miami Beach, where a $769.80 charge was racked up. Let's not forget the $156.89 charge for a limo service, Carey International Inc.
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The Sun-Sentinel's website has been dominated with ads from a familiar jewelry story recently:
It was the stuff of scandal a year ago, but today it's like nothing happened, except a big-spending spiky-haired lawyer is nowhere to be found.
I wonder if the bankruptcy lawyers are going to go after Levinson for a clawback? Rothstein dropped double-digit millions and sponsored many events for his favorite jeweler, with whom he shared a publicist in Kip Hunter. Possibly more important question: Should they hit Levinson for a clawback?
Levinson was a businessman and Rothstein was leading the most lavish life in town (though considering Russ and Stacy's campaign gluttony, they weren't far behind). Yes, it's all very sleazy and distasteful, but absent evidence that Mark and/or Robin Levinson knew about the Ponzi scheme, should the jewelry store really have to cough up the money Rothstein splurged on them?