Via Kcruella, Who, Having Vanquished the Competition, Is Now Free to Snap Up

said available property.

Jon craved French chateau

Jon Corzine and his wealthy wife, Sharon Elghanayan, planned to buy a lavish chateau in the South of France just two weeks before the scandal-hit former New Jersey governor’s firm MF Global went down in flames.

According to a Vanity Fair report, the couple attended a 60th birthday party — for New York real estate developer Daniel Brodsky’s wife — in Paris, where Corzine and Elghanayan boasted to fellow guests about their plans to snap up a sprawling Riviera residence.

“Two weeks before MF Global filed for bankruptcy, [Corzine and Elghanayan] were at a birthday party in Paris talking about a chateau they were about to buy in the South of France,” VF claims, adding that Elghanayan told a fellow guest, “ ‘It’s not in Cap Ferrat’ . . . perhaps to mitigate the extravagance.”

She assures me we’re all welcome once she closes, since she’ll need lots of “domestics”. WTF is that?

8 Responses to “Via Kcruella, Who, Having Vanquished the Competition, Is Now Free to Snap Up”

  1. Dr Alice says:

    Kcruella, I can make beds and dust with the best of them…

  2. aelfheld says:

    I would have thought he would have picked some place lacking an extradition treaty with the U.S.

  3. tree hugging sister says:

    That Corzine “genius” thing strikes again, aelf…

  4. Yojimbo says:

    *Freedom Fries*

  5. JeffS says:

    How about bartender? I can make a mean Shirley Temple.

    I’d offer my services as a lifeguard, but I don’t want the ladies swooning over my physique.

  6. JeffS says:

    aelfheld, Corzine would just bribe a minister or two, and never leave France, extradition treaty or not.

  7. kcruella101 says:

    All will be welcome

  8. Greg Newson says:

    Typical American politician
    thief- traitor,escaping to the South of France until his visa to Switzerland comes through.Since the collapse of the USSR,a chateau on the Black Sea is harder to get.

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