VIDEO: Report claim women threw alcohol on MD, Jonathan Kaye, before he punched 3 women in the face during Brooklyn Pride Multicultural Festival KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, June 10, 2024

VIDEO: Report claim women threw alcohol on MD, Jonathan Kaye, before he punched 3 women in the face during Brooklyn Pride Multicultural Festival

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Report claim women threw alcohol on MD, Jonathan Kaye, before he punched 3 women in the face during Brooklyn Pride Multicultural Festival.

52 year-old Moelis & Co. managing director (MD) Jonathan Kaye did not have a good weekend. Whether or not he is the man in the video on social media punching a woman on the street at Brooklyn Pride on Friday night and being told "you are an asshole, you are a horrible person," he's named as such by the Daily Mail and the New York Post, while Bloomberg reports that Moelis is investigating what the firm describes as a "serious incident" involving one of its employees and notes that the employee is named as Kaye by the social media post. So far, it's been viewed nine million times.

The video does not reveal the events leading up to the violent altercation but shows the assailant walking away from the scene with a visibly distressed demeanour and stains on his jacket, probably from a liquid thrown at him.

Amid the commotion, Jonathan Kaye was heard saying, “She f****ng threw s**t at me” as the people around called him an "a**hole" and a "horrible person." According to the text in the video, the man broke the woman's nose and “busted up” her friend's arm as a result of the altercation.

This is not the first time New York has seen crimes like this. A while back, Skiboky Stora, a NYC man, faced hate crime charges for alleged assaults, stalking and harassment incidents, targeting victims based on race, religion, and gender. The case gained national attention after a victim shared a video of her assault on social media.

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