Jefferies Banker Sued over Molly and Coke Fuled Foursomes and sex parties with hookers finally settles divorce.
Investment banker Sage Kelly, whose wife claimed he drew her into a drug-fueled, four-way sex romp that included a client, settled his multimillion-dollar divorce suit against her late Monday.
Kelly, the $7 million-a-year head of health care investment banking at Jefferies & Co., settled for an undisclosed amount and joint custody of his two daughters with wife Christina Kelly.
“I’m thrilled, thrilled to have had this resolved,” Christina Kelly told The Post.
“This was never about the money, I just wanted joint custody of my children.”
Before reaching the agreement, the couple had been due to make a public appearance in court Wednesday.
Sage Kelly filed for divorce against Christina in June, prompting the wife to file a $7 million countersuit that accused her hubby of being abusive and getting her to participate in wild sex.
The most salacious allegations were that Kelly and Christina wound up in a sex swap with Aegerion Pharmaceuticals honcho Marc Beer and his girlfriend.
Christina also said she had “sexual contact’’ with Beer’s girlfriend, according to court papers.
The four-way allegedly occurred in a swanky hotel room at The Ritz-Carlton in Boston after a booze- and cocaine-fueled night on the town in 2012.
Sage Kelly did not respond to a request for comment. In the past, he has denied his wife’s claims about the sex and drugs. Beer, too, denied the claims.
The allegations included Sage’s annual “Mushroom Day” at his Hamptons home, where he and his banker buddies supposedly tripped on psychedelic mushrooms with his kids present.
The Wall Street honcho won custody of his daughters after planting hidden cameras in their Fifth Avenue apartment that caught Christina snorting cocaine and chugging beers.
So Christina countersued — saying her soon-to-be ex had lied to the court by exposing her addictions while keeping mum about his own vices.
Her court papers also named Sage’s colleagues, calling them “drug cohorts” who participated in wild trips to Vegas during which the men cavorted with hookers and snorted coke.
After the eye-popping allegations hit the press, Sage took a leave of absence from Jefferies, where — as with the rest of Wall Street — Christina’s 26-page affidavit became Topic A.
“The Kelly story is insane,” said one Wall Street worker at the time.
With the announcement of the settlement, the stay-at-home mom said she’s ready for a quieter life.
“I’d like to put this behind us and move forward with a new chapter in my life as Christina di Mauro,” she said, using her maiden name.
On Monday, Christina released a statement which called her soon-to-be ex “an individual of high integrity” and blamed the media for “inaccurate, untrue or hyperbolic” information regarding the former couple’s divorce proceedings.