3:49 pm, June 7th | by Amy Tennery
When he’s not busy jetting off to Bogota for the afternoon, fauxgal Donald Trump Jr. is by far one of our favorite tweeters to track (don’t worry, Barron Hilton, you still hold the number one place in our heart).
So we were delighted to find Trump Jr. had been tweeting about Weinergate — the scandal that has consumed the hearts and minds of everyone with a pulse. And he was tweeting with former “Celebrity Apprentice” contestant Star Jones, no less! Here, Trump Jr. offers advice on how he would have covered up such a scandal, had it happened to him…
11:41 am, June 7th | by Amy Tennery
Sometimes there are stories we know are possibly implausible… but we just want them to be true. And if they’re published in the New York Post, that’s good enough for us.
Take, for example, this morning’s Page Six report that fauxgal mother-daughter duo Kathy and Nicky Hilton were out partying the night away this weekend in Atlantic City. Fair enough — seems like something they might do. Then things get a little weird…
3:15 pm, June 1st | by Hillary Reinsberg
Just because your father is the second richest man in Colombia and you’re married to a socialite editor at Vogue, it doesn’t mean you can get away with an alleged hit-and-run. Actually, quite the opposite. You might get slammed with a $100 million suit.
Andres Santo Domingo, the son of Colombian business magnate Julio Mario Santo Domingo and husband of Vogue socialista/über-exclusive fashion trunk show site Moda Operandi operator Lauren Davis, who refuses to wash her own hair, allegedly ran over a guy’s foot on Manhattan’s Third Avenue and 34th Street in March.
12:13 pm, June 1st | by Amy Tennery
What is the humblebrag? Saying something ostensibly self-diminishing that’s aimed at making you seem better than everyone else. Example: Oh, my large, clunky feet are almost too big to fit in my $228,452 high-heels. Voila. This is not to be confused with backdoor bragging, which just as lethal but an entirely different beast.
Ivanka Trump seems rather adept at this — in a Facebook post yesterday, she not only revealed the jaw-dropping view from her office, but also took the time to wish those of us mortals unburdened by a mogul career well, as we enjoyed the weather.
2:33 pm, May 11th | by Amy Tennery
If you have even a modicum of interest in mogul news (let’s hope so) and you’re not living under a rock (that’s your choice, we don’t judge), you already know about the Raj Rajaratnam guilty verdict(s). But this isn’t the end of the Galleon Group saga — oh no, it’s just beginning.
So which of Galleon’s 26 alleged conspiracy members is most likely to capture our attention next (when we’re not busy joining the rampant speculation surrounding the length of Rajaratnam’s prison sentence)? Without a doubt, it’s Michael Kimelman.
The one-time trader had the chance to plead out on the insider trading charges — and receive a non-jail sentence of probation, amazingly enough. Kimelman did not take that deal. Seriously.
4:12 pm, April 25th | by Amy Tennery
Or, so says his Twitter feed, which is fast becoming Mogulite’s guiltiest pleasure. While he’s technically not a mogul, but rather mogul-adjacent — a “fauxgal,” if you will — we think his tweets might just become the brightest part of our day. And, yes, we realize we’re far from the first to recognize the greatness that is BarronTweets, but we feel compelled to spread the gospel. Other gems include…