Investment banker punches woman in the face at Brooklyn Pride event

Source: @hellosami/X

A man who has since been identified as a millionaire Wall Street investment banker was caught on video punching a woman in the face this weekend.

June 10, 2024, published at 8:00 am ET

A man who has since been identified as a millionaire Wall Street investment banker was caught on video punching a woman in the face at a Pride event in New York City this weekend, RadarOnline.com can report.

The shocking incident took place in Brooklyn on Saturday evening, when the New York City borough held an event in Park Slope to celebrate the start of Pride Month.

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Several bystanders could also be heard calling Kaye an “a——” in the short 10-second clip and telling the “terrible” Brooklyn millionaire to “go enjoy himself.”

According to Daily emailKaye, 52, lives in a whopping $4 million, four-bedroom mansion in Park Slope, near where the attack occurred Saturday evening.

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millionaire investment banker punches wife at pride event
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The shocking incident took place in Brooklyn on Saturday evening, when the New York City borough held an event in Park Slope to celebrate the start of Pride Month.

It was also revealed that Kaye works as a managing director at Moelis & Company, a popular investment bank and business services franchise in busy Midtown Manhattan.

A spokesperson for Moelis & Company has since confirmed that Kaye was the attacker seen in the surprising video last weekend.

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The spokesperson also confirmed that an investigation is underway following the incident in Park Slope during Brooklyn Pride on Saturday evening.

“We have become aware that one of our employees was involved in a serious incident in Brooklyn on June 8,” the investment bank's representative said in a statement Monday morning.

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millionaire investment banker punches wife at pride event
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A spokesperson for Moelis & Company has since confirmed that Jonathan Kaye was the attacker seen in the surprising video last weekend.

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“We are taking this matter very seriously and are conducting an investigation,” the Moelis & Company representative added.

It remains unclear whether the N.Y.P.D has launched its own investigation into the surprise attack on Saturday evening involving Kaye and the unidentified woman.

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It's also unclear what caused Kaye to punch the woman in the face this weekend in Park Slope.

According to the short video of the incident, Kaye was seen with what appeared to be a wet stain on the back of his expensive blazer.

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“She threw f— all over me,” the attacker was heard saying shortly after the attack took place.

Social media users eventually discovered that Kaye worked as a general manager at Moelis & Company.

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One user posted a photo of Kaye from the attack on Saturday evening alongside a screenshot of his Moelis & Company bio page.

“Jonathan Kaye is a Managing Director at Moelis & Company, where he leads the global Business Services franchise,” according to the attacker's biography. “Under his leadership, this franchise has become a recognized global leader, having advised on more than 100 transactions across the industry.”

“Jonathan received a BA from Tufts University and graduated with honors from Duke University School of Law,” the report continued. “He also attended the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, where he studied International Affairs and Security.”

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