Say what now?
Kimora Lee is too fabulous to be chilling in the ” big house”.
Remember the huge scandal with her husband Tim Leissner back in April of last year.
If you missed the previous story click Here to read.
The unauthorized reference letter that led Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to suspend star banker Tim Leissner was written on behalf of a Malaysian financier tied to an investment fund at the center of an international inquiry, three people familiar with the matter said.
In a regulatory filing last month, Goldman Sachs disclosed that Leissner, a former Southeast Asia chairman who helped raise $6.5 billion for 1Malaysia Development Bhd., also known as 1MDB, was placed on leave after the firm discovered he wrote a reference letter that contained “inaccurate” information.
U.S. Justice Department prosecutors and the FBI have taken an interest in 1MDB and subpoenaed Leissner to appear before a grand jury this month to discuss Goldman Sachs’s role in funding 1MDB and related issues, Click Here to read more.
Now. Ms. Kimora name is drag into this hot mess situation.
According to Page Six reports, As Fashionista noted in 2014, “Unlike other brands that come into the designer market, Simmons has an unusually well-funded infrastructure.”
Kimora has two daughters from her marriage to hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, a son by Djimon Hounsou, and a son with Leissner.
But she is best known for two reality shows, “Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane” and “Kimora: House of Fab.”
Kimora’s fashion line — sold online and at a boutique in Beverly Hills, Calif., with tops going for $550 — can’t be profitable, no matter how beautiful her designs are, retail experts told me.
“She’s off the map. She’s not in any department stores,” one said. And Leissner might not continue to subsidize the operation.
Reps for Simmons, Leissner and Goldman Sachs did not respond to requests for comment.