Mistress Claiming She Had an Affair with Hedge Fund Boss Confronts His Wife on Twitter

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Mistress Claiming She Had an Affair with Hedge Fund Boss Confronts His Wife on Twitter

Robert Rosenkranz-cheating (5)Katherine Nelson claims she had an affair with wealthy hedge fund boss Robert Rosenkranz
Nelson sent Rosenkranz’s wife a tweet that said ‘you must have known’

The self-proclaimed lover of a New York hedge fund tycoon sent his wife an incendiary tweet of a note he allegedly wrote her, despite claiming to have signed a confidentiality agreement preventing her from discussing their four-year-long affair.
Katherine Nelson wrote ‘you must have known’ in the tweet to Alexandra Munroe, wife of multi-millionaire Delphi Financial Group CEO Robert Rosenkranz, 72.
It carried a picture of a note on cream-coloured stationary stamped with the businessman’s name that said ‘for me, two is a remarkable number’.

Katherine Nelson claims she had an affair with wealthy hedge fund boss Robert Rosenkranz
Nelson sent Rosenkranz’s wife a tweet that said ‘you must have known’
It’s alleged in a lawsuit that Rosenkranz once introduced Nelson as his wife
The suit claims Rosenkranz tried to buy Nelson’s silence over the affair
It says that the New York investor offered to pay her $100,000 to keep quiet.

 

 

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A Manhattan woman who claims she had a years-long affair with married multi-millionaire  hedge fund owner Robert Rosenkranz confronted his wife on social media with a handwritten note from their mutual love.
Katherine Nelson alleges that Rosenkranz, 72, CEO of the $10 billion Delphi Financial Group and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, duped her into signing a gag order in May regarding their four-year-long affair.
By August, Nelson was ready to kiss and tell — posting online a photo of cream-colored stationery stamped with Rosenkranz’s name with a handwritten message: “For me, two is a remarkable number.”
She then tweeted the image to Rosenkranz’s stunning 57-year-old wife, Alexandra Munroe, with the words: “You must have known.”
Munroe, a Guggenheim curator, must have gotten the message — four days later she replied to Nelson with a blank tweet.

The blonde, pillow-lipped Nelson claims in a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit filed Friday that she and Rosenkranz, a Yale-educated philanthropist on the board of the Manhattan Institute think tank, met at a 2010 awards dinner and launched their affair with a steamy rendezvous at the Beverly Hills Hotel, according to court papers.



The two “exchanged several hundred e-mails over a period of approximately four years with topics ranging from a private sexual nature to politics, literature and finance,” court papers said.
Nelson and Rosenkranz exchanged “romantic presents from Tiffany, Hermes and Paul Stuart,” and he even introduced her as his wife at a meeting of Yale trustees, the filing alleges.

Nelson claims Rosenkranz persuaded her to sign the confidentiality agreement by promising her $100,000 and assuring her “it would not affect their relationship.”
Nelson says she signed it without a lawyer — and never got paid.
The two kept up “intimate relations” at Rosenkranz’s Manhattan office and in Aspen, before Nelson spotted him out with another woman at BLT Steakhouse, according to the lawsuit.
When a weeping Nelson confronted her alleged lover, he pretended not to know her. Later, when Nelson told Rosenkranz she was writing a book, he “reached for [her] throat,” she claims in court papers.
She’s asking a judge to void the agreement. Rosenkranz has not returned messages for comment.

Robert Rosenkranz-cheating (6) Robert Rosenkranz-cheating
The self-proclaimed lover of a New York hedge fund tycoon sent his wife an incendiary tweet of a note he allegedly wrote her, despite claiming to have signed a confidentiality agreement preventing her from discussing their four-year-long affair.
Katherine Nelson says the steamy affair began after the pair met at the Manhattan Institute’s Alexander Hamilton Award Dinner at Cipriani in April 2010.

The Delphi Financial Group CEO later asked Nelson out for a date.

After the couple spent the night at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles six months later, Rosenkranz stopped wearing his wedding ring, the suit says.

The “intimate loving relationship” lasted four years, according to the suit.


“[Rosenkranz] often expressed his unhappiness with his marriage and his need for physical and emotional intimacy with [Nelson],” the suit says.

“[The couple] enjoyed an exclusive relationship and he referred to [Nelson’s] apartment as his home. [Rosenkranz] also told [Nelson] she was irreplaceable.”

While attending a meeting of Yale Trustees in March 2012, Rosenkranz introduced Nelson as his wife, the suit says.

In May 2014, Rosenkranz showed Nelson a piece of paper that he said he “needed to show his wife who was threatening him with a divorce,” the suit says.

Rosenkranz, after asking Nelson to sign the document, told her she didn’t need a lawyer because it was “just between them,” the suit says.

The document was in fact a confidentiality agreement stating in part that Nelson would not “discuss her relationship with [Rosenkranz]“ in exchange for $100,000.

Nelson signed it on the spot.
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Not long after, she received an envelope containing a check and what she thought was a belated birthday card.

“After closer inspection, [Nelson] was shocked that instead of referring to her birthday, it referred to some sort of money-for-sex and silence ‘agreement,’” the suit says.

Despite her apparent alarm, Nelson continued seeing Rosenkranz.

But the relationship fell apart after she spotted him with another woman at the bar of BLT Steakhouse on Sept. 3, the suit says.

He pretended like he didn’t know her — prompting Nelson to break down crying and a maître d to ask them to leave.

Outside, Rosenkranz, after being told Nelson was planning to write a book, accused her of trying to hurt his family.

“In a moment of aberration, he reached for defendant’s throat,” the suit says.

Nelson claims the secret agreement violated her First Amendment rights. Her lawyer, Howard Benjamin, didn’t return a request for comment.

Romantic getaway: The picture shows the $22.5m Aspen house where Rosenkrantz would take Ms Nelson

Romantic getaway: The picture shows the $22.5m Aspen house where Rosenkrantz would take Ms Nelson

Katherine Nelson wrote ‘you must have known’ in the tweet to Alexandra Munroe, wife of multi-millionaire Delphi Financial Group CEO Robert Rosenkranz, 72.
It carried a picture of a note on cream-coloured stationary stamped with the businessman’s name that said ‘for me, two is a remarkable number’.

2015-06-28T16:58:21+00:00

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