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Scott Rothstein's Ponzi Loot Up for Auction Again, Wife Kim's Garb Up for Grabs Too

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Apparently when you run a billion-dollar Ponzi scheme, it takes more than a year-and-a-half to auction off all of your crap.

More of Scott Rothstein's loot will be up for auction in Boca Raton starting October 6, and for the first time, his wife Kim Rothstein's former belongings will be part of the auction -- stuff that she surrendered in May has part of a bankruptcy claim.

The stuff is getting a bit less exotic than the previous auctions -- all of Rothstein's sports cars are long gone -- as this auction includes things like a stuffed lion, a copy of the Eagles' Greatest Hits Volume 2 LP signed by Don Henley and company, and a large piano, as well as tons of other miscellaneous items.

Then there's the weird crap too -- like a signed picture from the cast of CSI:NY, bronze mermaid statues, and multiple paintings of naked women.

Check out a few photos of Rothstein's stuff below:

Click here for more details and pictures about the upcoming auction.


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